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Middle Sea Dyke to be reinforced

BREMERHAVEN. Initial works to the Middle Sea Dyke Section began in early May. This is the last section of the sea dyke in Bremerhaven, spanning a stretch of 1.4 kilometres, to be strengthened by building to a height of 8.40 metres above sea level. The dyke is to be upgraded in line with specifications set out by the Senator for Climate Protection, Environment, Mobility, Urban Development and Housing. The “Coastal Protection Master Plan”, put forward by the federal states of Bremen and Lower Saxony, takes into account current calculations on future climate development. Completion is scheduled for 2025.

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