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Giken: Implant Structure
The Implant Structure consists of robust and durable structural members which are firmly embedded into the ground by the Press-in Method. The structural members are selected from a wide variety of piling materials in accordance with design requirement, thus, the Implant Structure can cover a wide range of foundation designs required in today’s construction industry.
BRL Engineering: A soft solution to the hard issue of coastal erosion
In order to limit unwanted coastal erosion, BRL Ingénierie has developed a unique know-how in design and supervision of works of sand filled geocontainers. Our company has 2 experiences in France (Sète) & Israël (Tel Aviv) and is seeking to develop this innovation in West Africa.
Clewat: Collection of Harmful Plants Quickly and Efficiently
Clewat's innovation enables concrete measures to clean waterways of plastic, oil and plants. Thanks to our new technology, collection can also be carried out effectively on difficult plants. The technology is based on the flow of water and does not cause mechanical stress. As an example, the city of Kokkola, where 7 different technologies have been tested and only the Clewat solution achieved impressive results in removing Eurasian Watermilfoil.
Ecoplage: Coastal Preservation & Ecological Water Intake
The Ecoplage® System consists of one or several drains buried under the beach, parallel to the coastline. The seawater infiltrates the drains by depression, insuring the desaturation of the sand. Collector pipes and transport pipes ensure that seawater inside the drains goes to the pump station by gravity, the pumping station is aimed to evacuate the filtered seawater, each system is unique and adapted to the beach, the environment and the needs and Zero negative impact on the fauna and flora, nor on the neighbouring shorelines.
Tecnoambiente: DAPSI(w)R(m) Framework
Securing a multidisciplinary stakeholder participation from all the interested actors is the key for the successiveness of each project. The aforementioned suggestions give light towards the effective inclusion of the local population, either by providing employment opportunities or by involving them in the decision-making process.
Royal IHC: Sustainable Local Dredging Capacity
Author: Royal IHC
West Africa relies on international contractors and an aging fleet for the execution of dredging works. The vessels owned by the local contractors and port authorities are on average well over 30 years old and range amongst the most polluting vessels in operation. The only other alternative is to contract international Dredging Contractors, which means no local employment. We believe dredging required to counter the consequences of climate change can only be executed with the most environmentally friendly equipment operated by locals.
Combined Old Call for Innovation Proposals 2020
Author: WACA Program
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