The frequency of inspections is to be defined according to the sites and the period of the year. Reconnaissance consists of carrying out an underwater inspection of the entire dike.
A photographic report is established by specifying the positioning on the plan of all the observed damage that could affect the stability of the structure.
The cleaning of the periphery of the structure consists of removing all the macro waste which can cause damage to the structure.
The operation consists of cleaning packets of mussels glued to the straps, the geoports and also to the top of the geotextile tubes.
The cleaning of geoports consists of removing concretions and fauna and flora that have developed in large numbers, in order to maintain and optimise safety.
Cleaning is done with care so as not to damage the fabric of the tubes.