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On the same day, Ponce entered into a second contract with the same firm for the 'strengthening and reinforcement of blocks' of the breakwater with an additional cost of about P1 million per meter.
We have to protect our land so we have installed breakwaters and will put another ten and we are really, really happy.
A Stena Line spokesman told the Daily Post: "The protection of the general public is of paramount importance to Stena Line which is why the decision to restrict access to the breakwater was taken in the first place.
It was difficult to see and maintain position beam on to the breakwater with the choppy sea which was causing the lifeboat to rise and and fall significantly with the swell and ensure no harm came to those in the water or damage the lifeboat.
The financing from Breakwater will support the company's increased working capital needs in furthering these initiatives.
The breakwater system is designed to swiftly rise from the sea bottom in the event of tsunami, and contribute to prevention or mitigation of tsunami impact to harbors and coastal areas.
Anglesey Council has retained its Green Flag at the Holyhead Breakwater Country Park and Dingle Local Nature Reserve in Llangefni.
In coastal zones, the breakwaters, such as composite breakwater are widely used to protect the coastline from damage and erosion; and also protect the people living in the zones near to the coastline from death and properties loss.
The 40 metre Dredger II, which was coming from Ajman, hit the breakwater of Hamriyah port, following which the waves pushed it on top of the breakwater, an official said.
In this two-volume set, papers are arranged in sections pertaining to the following themes: design optimization, breakwaters, use of concrete, coastal management, armor unit placement, development of ports and harbors, planning and renewable, seawalls, renewable schemes, breach structure interactions, foundations, coastal defense, shorelines (adapting to change and measuring change), hydrodynamics, revetments, metocean, overtopping, breakwater stability, and breakwaters, coastal processes, and marine structures.
and its project partners on Thursday unveiled a remote-controlled breakwater designed to rise from the sea floor to counter high tides or tsunami.
26 August 2011 - Belgian zinc smelter Nyrstar (EBR:NYR) said it had completed its friendly tender offer to buy Canadian metals explorer Breakwater Resources (TSE:BWR) for CAD663m (USD672.