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  • Center for Contaminated Sediments U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Engineer Research and Development Center
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    Todd S. Bridges, Ph.D., Director

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Center for Contaminated Sediments serves as a clearinghouse for technology and expertise concerned with contaminated sediments. The Center’s mission is to advance the development and application of sound science and engineering principles and technology in the assessment and management of contaminated sediments. The Center pursues this mission through sponsoring development of new initiatives and innovative technologies, organizing and sponsoring technical workshops and symposia, and working on contaminated sediment projects with other organizations within the Corps, Department of Defense, other federal and state agencies, academia, and the private sector.

    With more than two decades of experience in various aspects of identifying, delineating, assessing, remediating, and managing contaminated sediments, Corps engineers and scientists are on the cutting edge of research in this important area. This expertise is a direct result of research and development activities funded in support of the Corps’ navigation mission and reimbursable work related to site assessment and cleanup for other elements within the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and others.

  • CCS support to the Superfund Sediment Resource Center

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