The Association of the Ports Locaux de la Manche - APLM (Local Commerce Harbours French Association) is the Project Leader of the SETARMS project. It is also the Lead Partner of the Workpackage 1, concerning the dredging overview of the current situation on dredging in the Channel .
Armines is based on the concept of research “orientated” towards the industry since 1967. Among the SETARMS project, Armines is in charge of geotechnical characterization of the dredged sediments..
The County Council of the Côtes d'Armor participates to the SETARMS project as one of the "animator" of the Channel harbour area. It has worked at the establishment of the SETARMS project and also welcomes the APLM.
Among the SETARMS project, the School of Mines of Douai is in charge of the geotechnical characterization of the sediments
The School of Engineering of Works Construction of Caen is the Lead Partner of the Workpackage No. 3 dealing with the Way of re-using the sediments.
Within this Workpackage, ESITC Caen is responsible for the geotechnical characterization of sediments.
Eurovia is the industrial actor of the SETARMS project and will conduct full scale tests as a road section by implementing sediment representative in the sub-layer.
Grand Port Maritime du Havre (GPMH) performs for the project SETARMS collection of representative samples to be analyzed by scientists.
Laboratory Analysis and Monitoring of Marine Expertise - LASEM
The LASEM is in charge of analysis for the geochemical characterization of sediments within the work package No. 2 (characterization) and the technical analysis of sediments after cleanup as part of the work axis 3 on the recovery.
Normandy Associates Ports (PNA) contributes to the project both by participating in technical workpackage No. 1 on the state of the dredging operations issues in the Channel area. In addition, PNA performs for the project SETARMS collection of representative samples to be analyzed by scientists.
The University of Brighton is responsible for workpackage No. 2 on the characterization of dredged sediments. His team is responsible for the geochemical and geotechnical analysis of sediments.
Research Team on Physical Chemistry and Biotechnology (ERPCB)
The University of Caen is responsible for geochemical analysis in the workpackages 2 and 3 on the characterization and optimization of dredged sediments.
University of Exeter
The University of Exeter is in charge of the geochemical analysis of sediment samples within the project SETARMS.