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Western Ligurian Sea Port Authority To Limit Environmental Impact Of Vado Ligure Project

Western Ligurian Sea port authority to limit environmental impact of Vado Ligure project

Western Ligurian Sea Port Authority To Limit Environmental Impact Of Vado Ligure Project

Genoa, Italy (PortSEurope) June 21, 2018 – Autorita’ di Sistema Portuale del Mar Ligure Occidentale (AdSP – Western Ligurian Sea Port Authority) has approved an update of the Program Agreement concerning the works for the construction of the multipurpose platform of Vado Ligure and destined to minimise the environmental impact of the maritime work and allow a redevelopment of the coastal strip.

The project confirms the investments to be paid by the AdSP, including the hydraulic safety of the Segno Torrente, the construction of new roads for a further €36 million ($41.7 million) of investment.

Furthermore, the port authority approved the renewal of the concession of the Officine San Giorgio (VIO) to Italian company Porto SpA by 25 years for the repair, transformation, ship dismantling and other related operations that the company carries out in the Genoa harbour.

Source: InforMare

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