Boskalis的可持续性超出了以负责任的方式管理我们的业务和项目。我们寻求利用我们影响和创新的能力,以创造额外的社会,环境和经济价值。这些案例说明了我们在行动中的方法。

概述可持续发展案例

XL港:可持续创新

在过去的五年中,Boskalis与PortXL合作,这是一家荷兰组织,寻找并选择能够满足全球海运行业需求的创新公司,将外部创新引入公司内部。在2020年,由于这种合作关系,我们能够使用增强现实技术实现远程协助设备,通过在头盔或撞帽上添加设备来记录在现场工作的同事的视角,允许员工在不同地点有效协作。该设备将图像广播给专家,专家通过留下笔记和评论远程提供帮助,当地同事可以在他们的设备上看到。过去,复杂的挑战包括将一名工程师空运到现场,带来相关成本、时间损失和碳排放。2019冠状病毒病的限制增加了改变我们工作方式的紧迫性,但事实证明,这种解决方案非常成功,正在整个公司推广。除了24艘挖沙船外,我们还为多个个别项目、部门和离岸船只实施了远程协助。在大流行期间,该设备节省了许多天的强制隔离。我们在2019年参与PORTXL项目时产生的另外两项创新——利用卫星观测和土壤沉降监测设备进行监测,已经证明了它们的价值,并正在集成到我们的商业产品中。Boskalis的可持续发展不仅仅是以负责任的方式管理我们的业务和项目。看看我们的案例,这些案例说明了我们的方法。 Read more Sustainability report Since 2009, Boskalis has published an annual sustainability report, providing stakeholders with an overview of our sustainability strategy and performance. Have a look at our recent report. Read more

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Griend自然保护项目

Boskalis与荷兰自然保护协会(natuurmonument)合作,保护荷兰瓦登海(Wadden Sea)无人居住的格里恩德岛(Griend)。该岛为成千上万的候鸟和繁殖鸟提供了重要的栖息地。然而,由于侵蚀,这个鸟类天堂有被冲走的危险。挑战自然纪念碑授予Boskalis这个项目主要是因为它提出的所有措施,以最大限度地减少对自然的破坏。工作日夜持续,Boskalis在夜间使用岛上的绿光来保护自然。为了不打扰候鸟,该项目在筑巢季节之后开始,在春潮期间暂停。Boskalis使用在航道维护过程中提取的沙子,创造了一个400米宽的海滩,将在未来几十年保护格里恩德免受侵蚀。岛上的自然屏障由贝壳、植物残骸和沙土构成,背风面则是一片盐沼。新海岸包括贝类河岸,与格里恩德的自然情况一致。为了让格里恩德岛对筑巢的鸟类更有吸引力,岛上一些地方的表层土壤被移除了。 Terns and common terns have a preference for barren and sparsely vegetated locations and the higher parts of Griend were very much overrun with vegetation. Boskalis used the topsoil that was removed for the new shore. In addition, a small opening was created in the dike on the northern side, allowing the seawater to flow into the salt marsh at high tide and deposit clay, thus naturally raising the level of the salt marsh. Project impression Share this Facebook Twitter Linkedin Google+ E-mail Print

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促成循环经济

2016年,荷兰最大的非商业废物收集公司Boskalis和HVC开设了世界上第一个底部灰洗涤厂。该植物再循环焚烧炉底灰,废料到能量植物中家用废物焚烧的副产品。挑战荷兰有十二种废能的植物,每年生产约200万吨底灰。多年来,如果满足严格的条件,这种受污染的底部灰烬只能用作荷兰的建筑材料,这些材料必须以薄板密封以防止污染物泄漏到环境中。然而,使用焚烧炉底灰以荷兰政府所禁用的荷兰政府需要这种密集型和昂贵的管理计划。解决方案Boskalis环境开发了自己的专利分离和冲洗技术,并提供了一种独特的清洁焚烧炉底灰的可持续性方法。一旦加工,几乎所有的底灰都适合重新用作原料,允许博斯基尔促进循环经济。由砂和颗粒组成的矿物馏分将被用作博斯基尔斯的土木工程作品中可自由适用的建筑材料,而有价值的和罕见的金属可以通过废物到能源植物作为商品销售。2017年初Boskalis环境总监Haico Wevers于2017年初与Inashco一起宣布,它将处理Attero在荷兰的垃圾到能源工厂生产的所有底灰10年。在阿姆斯特丹地区港口的Nauerna新的最先进的工厂将处理底部灰分。 More about CSR Biodiversity and ecosystems It is our aim to lead the industry in developing nature-based solutions to protect and enhance coastal ecosystems. We see partnerships and collaboration as the backbone of our approach to help achieve this ambition. Read more Climate change Climate change and its consequences are increasingly urgent topics for society and our sector to address. Read more CSR report 2019 Boskalis has been reporting on its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy, performance and results in a separate annual report since 2009. Read more Also of interest Press release Boskalis joint venture awarded bottom ash processing contract by Attero Papendrecht, 2 February 2017 Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. (Boskalis) announces, together with Inashco, that it will process all bottom ash produced by Attero for a period of ten years. The contract was awarded to ACCN (Ash Cleaning Company Netherlands), a joint venture between Boskalis Environme View more Share this Facebook Twitter Linkedin Google+ E-mail Print

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呼吁停止海岸侵蚀

Boskalis作为EcoShape联盟的合作伙伴之一,已经开始了一项为期五年的“与自然建筑”项目,以阻止中爪哇的海岸侵蚀。通过红树林恢复、小规模工程和可持续土地利用的独特整合,该项目有望扭转潮流。印度尼西亚Demak地区约7万居民需要采取紧急行动,因为海岸线正在以惊人的速度后退,在一些地方,海洋已经侵占了3公里多的陆地。为了发展水产养殖,可以帮助抑制海浪和稳定沉积物的红树林被砍伐了。此外,由于淡水的开采,地面还出现了严重的下沉,使海平面上升的影响更加严重。几个世纪前,荷兰曾利用柳树建造透水大坝,受此启发,爪哇也采用了类似的方法。村民们将至少两米长的竹竿敲入海底,然后用岸边的一捆捆灌木把竹竿捆在一起,形成大约100米长的堤坝。大坝可以减弱海浪的冲击力,并从水中吸取能量,而泥沙仍然可以过滤、积累并沉淀在大坝后面。在仅仅一年的时间里,床的高度可以上升50厘米。然而,仅仅在Demak中提供技术解决方案是不够的; there are many ecological and socio-economic issues to be addressed through the program. With the help of Wetlands International and Blue Forests as well as local and national government agencies Coastal Field Schools have been set up to train villagers so that they can identify and develop successful aquaculture practices and care for the mangroves they depend on for coastal safety and water purification. Looking at the equator, a similar approach could be taken in countries with comparable vulnerable coastlines such as Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia, Bangladesh, India, as well as countries in Africa and Central America. It is a low-tech solution but requires high-tech knowledge and expertise. In many locations it is not ecologically and economically feasible to implement hard infrastructure solutions, such as dams or dikes. Instead, this approach is cost-effective and brings multiple benefits to various stakeholders by restoring ecosystem services along muddy coasts across the tropics. Social engineering consistent with Boskalis tradition We want to approach the social impact of our projects in a decent and responsible way, taking into account the international rules Read more in this interview with CEO Berdowski More about CSR Building with Nature Boskalis proactively developed Building with Nature to gain insight into the impact of hydraulic engineering projects on ecosystems. Read more Local community and development Engaging with and managing our impact on local communities is an increasingly important part of our work. Read more CSR report 2019 Boskalis has been reporting on its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy, performance and results in a separate annual report since 2009. Read more Learn more Corporate social responsibility Asia Coastal defense Building with Nature Share this Facebook Twitter Linkedin Google+ E-mail Print

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标记瓦登

2016年3月,Boskalis开始了西欧最大的自然修复项目之一——马克瓦登的第一阶段工作。该项目将利用沙子、粘土和细泥沙建造自然岛屿,将生态贫瘠的马克米尔湖转变为一个充满活力的动植物区。采用自然技术的建筑在项目中发挥了关键作用。挑战是重新平衡马克米尔湖的生态,并通过开发高质量的自然区域来发展可持续的未来。该湖创建于1976年,当时Enkhuizen和Lelystad之间的Houtrib堤坝完工。堤坝对该湖的水下环境有重大影响。之前被水流带到艾塞米尔湖的细沉积物落到了马克米尔湖的底部,像毯子一样沉淀下来,使湖水变得浑浊。结果,鱼类和鸟类的数量在过去几十年急剧下降。在Boskalis发起的“自然建筑”创新研究项目下,该项目引入的一项创新是使用细泥沙建造。细泥沙太软,不能造岛。 This will be resolved by building ring dikes of sand to contain the sediment. The Marker Wadden project is a Building with Nature project par excellence. The landscape and the ecology have been given top priority from the very start. Together with the client, the Dutch Society for the Preservation of Nature (Natuurmonumenten) we developed a project approach, that was based on the question of what provisions were needed to create a healthy habitat for plants and wildlife. Once that had been established it was then up to us, in our role of hydraulic engineer, to realize the plans. The interaction between the various parties to coordinate the wishes and practical possibilities culminated in this groundbreaking design. Hendrik Postma, Director, Boskalis Nederland Stage 1 of this project involves the creation of the first large island, and a marshland with vegetation, shallow ponds, creeks and channels. Boskalis will construct a new area of around 300 hectares, both above and below the waterline. To protect it from storms we will construct beaches, sand banks and low dunes, linked by a rock dam. We will provide for gradual transitions from land to water, as well as creating various levels under water. This will allow the sediment to settle in shallow areas and creeks, thus creating a natural water purification system. In addition, a special trench will be constructed to collect the fine sediment from Lake Markermeer. This ‘sediment trap’ will make the turbid water clear again. The captured sediment will be used to construct more islands in the future. Construction of Marker Wadden Building with Nature par excellence The Marker Wadden is one of the largest nature restoration projects in Western Europe. In our Creating New HORIZONS magazine we explain how this project will transform the ecologically impoverished Markermeer lake into a flourishing area. Read more Video impression Watch the video about this remarkable project that will transform the map of the Netherlands. More about CSR Building with Nature Boskalis proactively developed Building with Nature to gain insight into the impact of hydraulic engineering projects on ecosystems. Read more Climate change Climate change and its consequences are increasingly urgent topics for society and our sector to address. Read more CSR report 2019 Boskalis has been reporting on its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy, performance and results in a separate annual report since 2009. Read more Also of interest Project Construction of Marker Wadden Boskalis has been awarded the first phase of the Marker Wadden development in the Netherlands. The project includes the construction of an island with underwater landscaping. The Marker Wadden are natural islands that will be developed in the Markermeer lake in the years to come. They will provide a View more Press release Boskalis constructs Marker Wadden island Papendrecht, 14 September 2015 Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. has been awarded the first phase of the Marker Wadden development in The Netherlands by the Department of Public Works (Rijkswaterstaat). The project scope includes the construction of an island with underwater landscaping. The contract View more Share this Facebook Twitter Linkedin Google+ E-mail Print

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3 d印制的珊瑚礁

Boskalis将于2016年在摩纳哥的Larvotto储备中创建和安装六个人工Reef模块,作为3D Reef试点项目的一部分,摩纳哥基金会王子二世和摩纳哥鹰托储备。由沙子组成的珊瑚礁将使用3D打印机构建。他们将用于改善储备的生态和海水的质量。挑战是通过研究主题的海洋科学家国际团队监督试点项目,包括基础和珊瑚礁几何,最适合在幼虫储备的海洋生物发展。所有特征都将其结合到单个3D设计中。Boskalis正在协调设计和生产,也将负责将珊瑚礁运送到摩纳哥并安装它们。随后的安装是广泛的监控,以比较印刷单位的生态发展,以便在储备内的更传统的人工礁装置。所有各方涉及认为这是一个独特的机会,可以为人工礁石发展的新愿景做出贡献。如果飞行员成功,它可能对促进世界各地的生物多样性和建筑物或恢复生态系统来说是一个重要的贡献。溶液白云岩砂与海洋安全结合剂结合使用,将用于制造人造礁装置。 Six reef units will be printed in Italy, using a D-Shape printer. Each unit will have an outer dimension of 2 meters in diameter and 1 meter in height, and at a glance resembles a mushroom. Each unit will weigh approximately 2.5 tons when dry. The reef units will then be transported by truck from Italy to the loading port, Port Hercules in Monaco, and installed by a professional dive team, well experienced in artificial reef installation at the Larvotto Reserve. The dive team will buoy the units, which are resting in their steel transport cage, using balloons. Then the units will be towed by boat to their final locations, where the balloons will be deflated to lower the units gently to the seabed. Once safely placed, a team of divers will remove the protective transport cages. Highlight At Boskalis, we are always looking for ways to embed our commitment to sustainability into the concrete projects we implement around the world. This starts with our employees, who develop innovative ideas on a daily basis. We recently set out to spread the word internally about our sustainability initiatives and gather employee feedback on how we make CSR-related decisions. Read more in our CSR report More about CSR Building with Nature Boskalis proactively developed Building with Nature to gain insight into the impact of hydraulic engineering projects on ecosystems. Read more Large scale transplant of coral Boskalis worked with specialist teams to move 150,000 individual pieces of coral in Jamaica. Read more Climate change Climate change and its consequences are increasingly urgent topics for society and our sector to address. Read more CSR report 2019 Boskalis has been reporting on its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy, performance and results in a separate annual report since 2009. Read more Share this Facebook Twitter Linkedin Google+ E-mail Print

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