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INNOVATIVE REUSE AND BENEFICIAL USE OF DREDGED MATERIAL: GUIDANCE DOCUMENT
Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE), Baltimore, MD. 94 pp, 2017

This guide was prepared to describe the policies and procedures for reviewing proposed beneficial use and innovative reuse projects utilizing dredged material in the State of Maryland. Potential beneficial uses include several in-water uses (beach nourishment, marsh creation, island restoration) as well as innovative reuse applications on land (brownfield cleanup, landfill daily cover, engineered fill/soil). Although written with Maryland regulations in mind, the guide offers ideas and considerations for dredged material reuse that might be of interest for projects in other jurisdictions. http://mde.maryland.gov/programs/Marylander/Documents/Dredging/FINAL_IBR_GUIDANCE_8.30.2017_MDE.pdf



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