The newly completed tarmac area of the third runway is seen at a Hong Kong International Airport ceremony on September 7. The reclamation techniques used in the runway’s construction could have benefits elsewhere in Hong Kong. Photo: Winson Wong
The newly completed tarmac area of the third runway is seen at a Hong Kong International Airport ceremony on September 7. The reclamation techniques used in the runway’s construction could have benefits elsewhere in Hong Kong. Photo: Winson Wong
Ryan Ip
Opinion

Opinion

Ryan Ip and Jacqueline Hui

How Hong Kong’s third runway reclamation success can aid the city’s housing effort

  • The use of deep cement mixing technology helps avoid releasing large amounts of sediment and reduces the need for polluting marine traffic, easing environmental concerns
  • Future reclamation works can benefit as it provides a good alternative to lengthy land resumption

The newly completed tarmac area of the third runway is seen at a Hong Kong International Airport ceremony on September 7. The reclamation techniques used in the runway’s construction could have benefits elsewhere in Hong Kong. Photo: Winson Wong
The newly completed tarmac area of the third runway is seen at a Hong Kong International Airport ceremony on September 7. The reclamation techniques used in the runway’s construction could have benefits elsewhere in Hong Kong. Photo: Winson Wong
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