Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, well known to tourists for its beautiful beaches and rich cultural heritage.

What’s perhaps lesser known about Sardinia is that during the Second World War it was an important air and naval base.

Consequently, is was exposed to heavy bombing by Allied forces, and explosive remnants of war remain littered across the island to this day.

Unexploded ordnance is regularly discovered in Sardinia; for this reason SafeLane Global surveys and maps potentially dangerous sites for its construction and industrial clients’ new development projects.

Case studies

Desktop survey for UXO in Sardinia

SafeLane Global undertook a UXO desktop study to evaluate the risk/threat for the Porto Torres industrial site to support planned redevelopment activities.

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