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October 18, 2018

State ferry operator becomes first Green Marine’s participant in Alaska

Alaska Marine Highway System (AMHS) has signed on as the newest participating member of Green Marine, the largest voluntary environmental program for the maritime industry in North America. The ferry operator becomes the first Green Marine participant in Alaska.

State ferry operator becomes first  Green Marine’s participant in Alaska

Marine Shipping Industry Makes Environmental Strides

May 29, 2012

Green Marine Releases Latest Performance Results for the year 2011.

Transport Canada and Green Marine sign memorandum of cooperation to strengthen marine environmental performance

April 23, 2012

Under the memorandum of cooperation, Transport Canada will also participate as an observer on the Green Marine Environment Committees. This will involve monitoring developments and exchanging information to support the advancement of Green Marine’s goals.

Nanaimo Port Authority joins Green Marine

April 4, 2012

Nanaimo Port Authority (NPA) has joined the Green Marine environmental improvement program as part of its efforts to reduce greenhouse gases and the port’s operational impact on adjacent communities.

Neptune Terminals first West Coast terminal to join Green Marine

February 1, 2012

Neptune Terminals, one of the largest multi-product bulk terminals in North America, is the first West Coast terminal to join the Green Marine Environmental program.

Major U.S. Terminal Operator Joins Green Marine Environmental Program

January 11, 2012

One of the largest stevedoring and marine terminal operators in North America, Ceres Terminals Incorporated, has announced it is joining Green Marine and will enter five of its U.S. and Canadian terminals in the environmental program.

Port of Sept-Îles first to get all partners on board with Green Marine

November 21, 2011

Green Marine is pleased to announce that the terminals owned by the Iron Ore Company of Canada (IOC), Cliffs Natural Resources–Eastern Canada, Pointe-Noire division, and Imperial Oil (Esso) have joined its environmental program, while Aluminerie Alouette is also becoming a member in the “partner” category. This makes the Sept-Îles Port Authority (SIPA) the first port in North America with all its partners, including terminals and users, participating in the Green Marine environmental program.

The Port of Halifax joins Green Marine

November 1, 2011

The Port of Halifax is joining a boasting group of East Coast participants like Atlantic Towing, Saint John Port Authority, SVITZER Canada and Oceanex.

McAsphalt Industries Paves Green Future for Marine Terminals

October 4, 2011

McAsphalt Industries Limited is taking its sustainability commitment a step forward by entering five of its Canadian terminals in the Green Marine environmental program.

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