Green Marine, A Wave Worth Riding
Members

PARTICIPANTS

 

Green Marine is first and foremost a voluntary commitment on the part of marine industry businesses for whom improved environmental performance is a key priority. More specifically, the program targets marine industry sectors active in both Canada and the U.S.:

  • Domestic and international shipowners
  • Ports and terminals
  • Stevedoring companies
  • St. Lawrence Seaway

Participants who have fulfilled the program’s requirements receive the Green Marine seal of certification, which they can use to publicly demonstrate their commitment to continuously improving their environmental performance. Participants who are new to the program can use the “certification pending” seal while awaiting their official certification (which takes a year to obtain).

 

Pending seal of certification

 

Official seal of certification

 

 

REMINDER TO ALL PARTICIPANTS : Deadline for submitting the 2011 self-evaluation report is April 1st, 2012
Go to the Self-evaluation guides

 

LIST OF PARTICIPANTS TO THE Green marine ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAM

 

Ports

 


  1. Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Port Authority
  2. Duluth Seaway Port Authority
  3. Greater Victoria Harbour Authority
  4. Halifax Port Authority
  5. Hamilton Port Authority
  6. Illinois International Port District
  7. Montreal Port Authority
  8. Nanaimo Port Authority
  9. Port Metro Vancouver
  10. Port of Milwaukee
  11. Port of Seattle
  12. Port of Valleyfield
  13. Port Saint John
  14. Prince Rupert Port Authority
  15. Quebec Port Authority
  16. Saguenay Port Authority
  17. Sept-Îles Port Authority
  18. Thunder Bay Port Authority
  19. Toronto Port Authority
  20. Trois-Rivières Port Authority
  21. Windsor Port Authority

 

Terminals, stevedoring companies, and shipyards

 

  1. Bunge Canada
  2. Ceres Terminals Inc. (4 U.S. Marine Terminals and 1 Canadian)
  3. Cliffs Natural Resources (Eastern Canada, Pointe-Noire Division)
  4. Empire Stevedoring Company Limited
  5. Federal Marine Terminals
  6. Fraser Surrey Docks
  7. Imperial Oil (Esso)
  8. IOC (Sept-Îles)
  9. Logistec Corporation
  10. Maher Terminals Holding Corp.
  11. Marine Recycling Corporation
  12. McAsphalt Industries Limited (6 terminals)
  13. Montreal Gateway Terminals Partnership
  14. Neptune Terminals
  15. NORCAN PETROLEUM GROUP
  16. Northern Stevedoring
  17. Ocean Industries (Isle-Aux-Coudres shipyard)
  18. Pinnacle Renewable Energy (Prince Rupert Westview Terminal)
  19. Porlier Express
  20. Ridley Terminals Inc.
  21. Rio Tinto Alcan
  22. Seaspan ULC (Vancouver and Victoria shipyards)
  23. Squamish Terminals
  24. Sterling Marine Fuels (Windsor Terminal)
  25. Termont Montreal
  26. Ultramar
  27. Valleytank
  28. VALPORT
  29. Westridge Terminal (Kinder Morgan Canada)

 

St. Lawrence Seaway

 

  1. Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation
  2. Saint Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation

 

Domestic shipowners

 

  1. Algoma Central Corporation
  2. Atlantic Towing Limited
  3. Canada Steamship Lines
  4. Cogema
  5. Croisières AML
  6. CTMA Group
  7. Desgagnés Group
  8. Island Tug and Barge Ltd.
  9. Lower Lakes Towing Limited
  10. McAsphalt Marine Transportation Limited
  11. McKeil Marine
  12. Oceanex
  13. Ocean Group
  14. Reformar
  15. Seaspan ULC
  16. SMIT Canada Inc.
  17. Société des Traversiers du Québec
  18. Sterling Fuels (Hamilton) Ltd.
  19. SVITZER Canada

 

International Shipowners

 

  1. Canfornav Inc.
  2. CSL International
  3. Fednav Limited
  4. TBS Shipping Services Inc./Roymar Ship Management, Inc.

 

 

To participate in the Green Marine program, contact us at 418 649-6004

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Download the Green Marine's Logotypes Usage Norms Guide - Pending participants (Certified participants)