Green Marine is a voluntary environmental program for the Canadian and American marine industry
Green Marine's 75th participant
Pinnacle Renewable Energy is a producer and marketer of wood pellets. As part of its expanding business, Pinnacle has designed and built Westview Terminal in Prince Rupert, British Columbia, to receive inventory and load wood pellets in bulk. Ultimately, the wood pellets will be loaded on board vessels bound for overseas markets in Western Europe and Asia. Environmental protection considerations were part of the terminal design to address noise propagation, fugitive dust emissions, waste management and spill prevention.
Green Marine welcomes two new supporters!
The Carbon War Room is a global, independent non-profit organization based in the United States. It has developed a search tool, powered by Rightship’s Existing Vessel Design Index (EVDI), to provide a systematic, transparent means of comparing the relative theoretical efficiency and sustainability of an existing fleet by measuring a ship’s theoretical CO2 emissions per nautical mile travelled.
The main objective of Technopole Maritime du Québec is to accelerate the development of Quebec’s marine science, technology and biotechnology sectors by promoting their resources and expertise nationally and internationally, while providing value-added services to its members as well as support for priority long-term projects.
The Green Wave # 31
Green Marine's latest newsletter is now online. Click on the image below to download your copy of the Green Wave.