Application of Sand-Filled Geosystems in Coastal Engineering

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Application of Sand-Filled Geosystems in Coastal Engineering

Local Webinar: July 6, 2023

Coastal erosion is a natural process that occurs when waves, currents, tides, and wind gradually wear away the land along a coastline. It is a significant concern for coastal communities as it can lead to the loss of land, damage to infrastructure, and threats to human safety. Therefore, implementing effective coastal erosion protection measures is crucial to mitigate the adverse impacts of erosion and ensure the long-term stability and resilience of coastal areas.

This webinar aims to explore the innovative techniques and advancements in coastal engineering using sand-filled geosystems, with a particular focus on the utilization of MacTube® in various coastal and marine engineering applications.

During the webinar, our speakers will share invaluable insights and practical knowledge about the application of sand-filled geosystems. The speaker will delve into the benefits, challenges, and potential of MacTube® as a versatile solution in the construction of sea defenses, dune reconstruction, breakwaters, and groins.

Jan Patrick Reboredo
Head – Steel Fibers, Tunneling & Geosynthetics
Glenn Silang
Technical Business Development Engineer

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