Welcome to my personal website about dredging. You can find more about my personal life in my Curriculum Vitae. The publications mentioned can be explores in more detail here.

The presented stories are mostly to help you discover interesting knowledge in dredging. I do not pretend to know about it in detail. Were suitable I will refer to the corresponding sources for further investigation. The best websites with in-depth knowledge that I know of, are:

*Unfortunately now defunct, contact me if you need info.

And of course, some of you have much more practical experience and I am eager to know where I might have been wrong. You can’t respond to the post directly anymore (See ‘Privacy statement’). But you can respond to the notifications I post on LinkedIn. You can ‘follow’ me on LinkedIn. I rarely accept connection requests as it amounts to several a day by now.

Disclosure: I do work at Damen Dredging Equipment, so you’ll find a lot of Damen material as pictures, data and events. I am allowed to use them for free within the Damen Code of Conduct for Social Media. That is the only condition I am bound with. This website is my own personal hobby. As such, I can write from my own perspective and my view is not always related to the official opinion of my employer.
Content labeled with www.discoverdredging.com has been made in my private unpaid time and as such is my own copyright.
Other media found might be copyrighted and I try to obtain consent from the authors as far as reasonably possible before publication.

Privacy statement

In line with the GDPR (EU 2016/679), there are two things you should know for this website.

  1. As of May 25 2018, there will be no possibility to respond to articles as it requires to leave your email address and I don’t want the hassle of this new regulation. If you do want to respond, please use the comment at the notifications on LinkedIn, that accompany every new post. Be aware, that LinkedIn has their own privacy statement for using that platform.
  2. Every article contains a tracking code from Google Analytics. To me, it reveals only aggregate anonymous data for statistical purposes. Google does know your IP address and retains that information for 26 months. Consult their privacy statement for details.