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Founded in 1862, the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) is a leading international classification society devoted to promoting security (life, property, marine environment) through the development and verification of standards for the design, construction and operational maintenance of marine-related facilities. ABS provides leadership in developing new technologies intended to improve safety standards for the marine and offshore industries. ABS supports a worldwide network of more than 150 offices.
The Canadian International Bureau of Shipping (CIBS) is a global service organization dedicated to providing a range of services to the maritime community and other industries to maintain and improve the safety and security of life at sea and the prevention of pollution within marine environments. Its diversified services include ship classification, vessel registration, marine surveying, consultancy services, offshore corporations, marine insurance, Green Marine verifiers, among many other serv
Phone: 613 830-3443
DNV GL provides classification and technical assurance along with software and independent expert advisory services to the maritime, oil and gas, and energy industries. It also provides certification services to customers across a wide range of industries. DNV GL is the world’s largest ship and offshore classification society and a recognized advisor for the maritime industry.
Phone: 514 861-0660
Lloyd’s Register Marine is a leading provider of marine classification services around the world, helping ensure that internationally recognized safety and environmental standards are maintained at every stage of a ship’s life. Lloyd’s Register is also dedicated to supporting the development of new technologies and innovations that will help ship operators achieve the best possible.
Phone: 902 423-7506
Since its inception in 2001, RightShip has helped to significantly improve global marine safety standards. With a comprehensive Ship Vetting Information System (SVIS™) coupled with the maritime expertise of a vetting team, RightShip helps its customers to manage marine and environmental risk by identifying and eliminating substandard ships from their supply chain.
Phone: 713 410-3254
Énergir is the largest natural gas distribution company in Quebec, where its network of over 10,000 km of underground pipelines serves 300 municipalities and more than 190,000 customers. Énergir is actively involved in the development of innovative, promising energy projects such as the production of wind power, the use of natural gas as a transportation fuel and the development of biomethane.
Phone: 514 598-3184
Methanex Corporation is the world’s largest producer and supplier of methanol to major international markets in North America, the Asia Pacific region, Europe and South America. As the global leader in methanol, it supports the development of new applications for methanol to provide innovative solutions for the world’s increasing energy needs.
For the marine sector, methanol is an ultra-clean burning fuel alternative that complies with the shipping industry’s increasingly stringent emissions regulations. Methanol offers ship owners a flexible and cost-effective fuel alternative. It is economically viable in terms of fuel price, as well as the costs to convert or build vessels for methanol use. As one of the world’s most widely shipped chemical commodities, methanol can be made accessible through existing global terminal infrastructure.
In 2016, Methanex’s wholly owned subsidiary, Waterfront Shipping, took delivery of seven new vessels that use MAN ME-LGI dual-fuel engines capable of running on methanol, heavy fuel oil, marine diesel oil or marine gas oil.
Puget LNG is a supplier of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and renewable LNG to transportation customers within the Puget Sound region. Located at the Port of Tacoma, Puget LNG is uniquely positioned to provide reliable LNG bunkering to commercial marine customers in all industry segments by having the only LNG marine loading pier on the U.S. West Coast, as well as low natural gas costs and dedicated LNG production. Its waterside location at the Port of Tacoma in the State of Washington is ideal for providing LNG to a marine customer base. There is also easy access to rail and on-road transportation corridors. Puget LNG is able to offer low carbon intensity LNG because the Tacoma LNG plant is powered with 95% renewable electricity. Puget LNG’s further capabilities to blend in renewable natural gas offers customers a fuel solution to meet to their carbon reduction goals. Scheduled for completion in late 2020, its new LNG plant will be ready to provide additional LNG fuel to marine customers calling on ports within the Pacific Northwest.
Chamard Environmental Strategies is a consulting firm specializing in waste management. The company helps its customers with the implementation and optimization of waste collection, bin and equipment acquisition, related communications tool development, the quantitative evaluation of residual materials and waste room conceptualizations. Chamard also carries out annual inventories and waste management plans, and has a team dedicated to characterizing residual materials. Its customer base includes port managers, ship owners, terminal operators and various other maritime world stakeholders.
Phone: 418 353-7177
Climate Smart Businesses Inc. is a Vancouver-based social enterprise that offers a comprehensive training program, certification and tools for enterprises to measure and profitably reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. In partnership with transportation hubs (e.g., ports, airports), financial institutions and local governments, Climate Smart builds capacity within businesses by training up key staff to develop strategies to cut GHG emissions and associated energy, fuel and waste costs. Climate Smart can help Green Marine members improve their “Greenhouse Gas and Air Pollutants” performance indicator. The Climate Smart curriculum, advising support and top-rated software tool are based on the World Resource Institute’s Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard (GHGP), which is the internationally recognized accounting standard for greenhouse gas inventories. Climate Smart has also built out extensive datasets, case studies and analysis for community and corporate emission modelling – utilized by both partners and businesses to benchmark their progress amongst emission and cost-saving goals.
Phone: 604 254-6283
EcoLogix Group has been helping clients to achieve challenging environmental, organizational and other project-related goals since 2001. The firm specializes in finding solutions to address concerns regarding a project’s impacts. It engages stakeholders in a collaborative way that results in the greater satisfaction of all parties while saving time and money. EcoLogix welcomes the chance to help clients align fiscal, timetable and other project requirements with meaningful public engagement and opportunities for environmental improvement. The firm has been particularly successful in resolving conflicts related to air, land, water and energy impacts, thereby helping its clients to maintain their social licence to operate.
Phone: 410 205-2727
Envirochem has provided innovative environmental management, engineering and software services since 1984. Based in North Vancouver, BC, Canada, Envirochem is one of North America’s most established environmental, health and safety (EH&S) consultancies. Their ENVOLV SMS (Sustainability Management Software) was designed to help marine organizations effectively control costs, efficiently reduce risk and effortlessly comply with permit or regulatory requirements.
Phone: 604 986-0233
The Groupe Conseil Génipur is an engineering consulting firm offering a wide range of professional services that include expertise in port, railway and municipal infrastructure, as well as mechanical and electrical building systems. The firm’s mission is to provide top-quality engineering services within the established regulatory framework and the art of the profession while always ensuring public safety and environmental protection. Arising from the Société Génipur in May 1989, the firm now has offices in Montreal and Candiac, Quebec.
Phone: 450 619-9991
Hemmera, a wholly owned subsidiary of Ausenco, is a leading Canadian environmental consultancy valued for our expertise and boutique approach. Our highly respected professionals have created opportunities for sustainable growth and balanced development for our clients. With a reputation for integrity and technical excellence, Hemmera offers progressive environmental services in Site Assessment and Remediation, Environmental Planning and Ecology, and Community Engagement and Social Sciences.
Phone: 604 669-0424
HydroComp, Inc. of Durham, New Hampshire, is a hydrodynamic engineering research consultancy with a focus on propulsion systems and ship performance simulation, propeller design, ship assessment to improve fuel efficiency, and the prediction of environmental key performance indicators. Internationally recognized for its NavCad propulsion simulation software used by more than 700 companies worldwide, HydroComp also provides services to owners and operators for the prediction of full ship mission fuel consumption, CO2 production, cavitation inception, hydro acoustics, and underwater radiated noise.
Johnson & Anderson, Inc. (J&A) is a full-service engineering services firm based in Michigan with offices in Waterford, Muskegon, Port Huron and Flint. The firm also serves as a consultant for the Port of Monroe in Michigan. It provides consulting engineering services to the port to ensure that best practices, pollution prevention measures and environmental standards are upheld by the port and neighboring landowners.
Phone: (248) 681-7800
stablished in 1919, Kennedy/Jenks Consultants is an employee owned engineering and environmental consulting firm offering a full range of services. From overall program management to specialized technical services, Kennedy/Jenks Consultants provides a full range of water resources and environmental planning, programming, science, and engineering capabilities to public and private clients throughout the United States. The multidiscipline team productively integrates environmental expertise with design and engineering, information technology, regulatory and permit-related support, construction, and sustainability solutions. Kennedy/Jenks Consultants has more than 430 employees. They provide environmental management, programming, public affairs, engineering, and science-based solutions for water, environmental, energy and other innovative projects to airports, marine ports, and terminal operating companies.
Phone: 415 243-2150
Established in 1910, McElhanney Consulting Services Ltd. has been providing clients with excellence in more than 25 offices in Western Canada. Its dedicated corporate approach results in consistent professional teams providing high quality, innovative and committed service that is tailored to client needs. McElhanney is committed to finding unique pragmatic solutions that have a positive environmental, social and economic impact for its clients and their neighbouring communities. With strong capabilities in marine structural engineering, port planning, marine environmental services, project management as well as the construction supervision of marine ports-based projects, McElhanney can provide multidisciplinary assistance to clients for a wide variety of requirements.
Moffatt and Nichol (M&N) is a multidisciplinary engineering firm with upwards of 600 employees and 29 offices in Canada, the United States, Latin America and the United Kingdom that carry out planning, project management, as well as all levels of design and construction supervision services to private clients and governmental agencies worldwide. The Engineering News Record has rated M&N as one of the top marine and port facilities design firms, as well as one of the top 100 design firms overall. M&N has been providing engineering services since 1945 and is today the largest North American engineering firm dedicated to maritime and waterfront development. Working within some of the world’s most sensitive coastal environments, the M&N staff and management are professionally and personally compelled to support efforts that lead to environmental responsibility as a firm and as individuals who serve as stewards for the environment in their everyday work.
Phone: 604 707-9004
For more than 25 years, the marine and shipbuilding industry has turned to Noise Control Engineering, LLC (NCE, a Glosten subsidiary) to predict and control habitability noise, underwater radiated noise, and sonar self-noise on all types of vessels. NCE is the premier acoustical engineering consultancy in the U.S. and has provided critical technical expertise regarding both noise and vibration to large and small vessel operators in the private and government sectors. Government clients include the U.S. and Canadian coast guards and navies. Quiet vessel design has encompassed nearly all of the North American research vessels operated by the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the University-National Oceanographic Laboratory System (UNOLS). NCE has developed proprietary software for both underwater ship noise prediction and underwater noise measurement. The company has aided the U.S. and Canadian research communities in the design of quiet research vessels which allow for better science because of their low-noise footprint. NCE services include noise analysis and treatment design. NCE has also been at the forefront of the development of both standards and instrumentation for the quantification and measurement of vessel underwater radiated noise.
Active in several fields, PESCA Environnement assists clients from the municipal sector with various water management projects, including the establishment of waste water treatment plants, the implementation of new potable water management systems, and the analysis of shoreline erosion problems.
Phone: 418 364-3139
Founded in 1911, SNC-Lavalin is one of the leading engineering and construction groups in the world and a major player in the ownership of infrastructure. From its offices in over 40 countries, SNC-Lavalin provides EPC and EPCM services to clients in a variety of industry sectors, including mining & metallurgy, oil & gas, environment & water, infrastructure and clean power. In many cases, SNC-Lavalin combines these services with its financing and operations & maintenance capability to provide a complete end-to-end project approach.
Phone: 604 515-5111
The Stantec community has more than 15,000 employees at 250-plus locations collaborating across disciplines and industries to bring buildings, energy and resource, and infrastructure projects to life. Stantec offers professional consulting in planning, engineering, architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, surveying, environmental sciences, project management, and project economics. Stantec trades on the TSX and the NYSE under the symbol STN. With more than 20 years of experience across North America in Marine and Ports, Stantec combines specialized worldwide knowledge, expertise and experience with local project delivery. Its core strength lies in integrating the key skills required for master planning, feasibility studies, engineering design, project management, environmental services, and the construction supervision of Marine and Ports projects.
Created in 2002, Ventus Development Services Inc. is a consulting firm specializing in services that support sustainable development and corporate responsibility. Ventus offers strategic advice and tactical support to clients addressing sustainable development within their organization, in either a corporate or community setting. Ventus has been involved in projects across Canada and around the world.
Phone: 403 627-9427
Formerly known as GENIVAR, WSP Canada, is one of the largest professional services firms with approximately 6,800 employees, mainly engineers, technicians, scientists, environmental experts and architects, based in all Canadian provinces.
Phone: 514 340-0046
ABB Turbocharging is the world leader in turbocharging diesel and gas engines. ABB operates over 100 certified turbocharger service stations in more than 55 countries via an online network linked to its head office in Baden, Switzerland. ABB Turbocharging is a division of the ABB Group, an international leader in power and automation technologies.
Bell Marine & Mill Supply Limited is the oldest “Ship Chandler” in the Great Lakes region. Bell Marine was established by Grant Bell as a marine electrician’s shop in 1921. It ran in that capacity until 1941 when it was transformed into a marine and industrial supply house servicing local industry and the Great Lakes merchant fleets. The company still supplies the local industry and merchant fleets with everything from Esso lubricants to chemicals to general rigging and maintenance supplies. In
Phone: 905 835-1144
Certified is an international company established in 1949 with global manufacturing facilities. It is a major supplier of lubricants and fuel quality programs and services designed to increase reliability and reduce operating costs. It holds numerous lubrication patents and is a leader in the development of new and effective EAL (Environmentally Acceptable Lubricants) to help companies meet and exceed new VGP requirements without sacrificing performance. Certified’s mission is to partner with companies in their efforts to operate as efficiently as possible while improving the social, economic and environmental well-being of the communities in which we all live and work.
Conflow Technologies specializes in flow measurement and controls equipment in areas such as fuel consumption, wastewater and hydraulic fluid measurements. Conflow Technologies supplies magnetic flow meters, turbine flow meters, mass and hydraulic flow meters, and provides calibration, validation, system integration, installation, trouble shooting and repair services to companies throughout Canada.
Phone: 905 840-6800
Creative Pultrusions, Inc. is a leader in the manufacture of fiberglass reinforced polymer (FRP) pultrusion products. Established in 1973, the company is located in Alum Bank, Pennsylvania, as a subsidiary of Hill & Smith Holdings PLC, an international group with leading positions in the design, manufacturing, and supply of infrastructure products and galvanizing services. Hill & Smith Holdings’ companies serve their customers from facilities in Australia, France, India, Norway, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States. Creative Pultrusions offers high-strength pultruded fiberglass products that are designed and manufactured to provide lasting performance in highly corrosive environments, while offering lightweight and high dielectric strength benefits as compared to traditional construction materials.
Phone: 814.839.4186 Ext. 221
Drew Marine is a leading marine supplier for oceangoing vessels and a world leader providing technical solutions and services to the marine industry through its comprehensive line of advanced marine chemicals and equipment. Drew Marine is supported by a worldwide network of service engineers and a global supply chain delivering to more than 900 ports. The company focuses on providing solutions for water treatment, fuel management, cleaning, maintenance, repair and safety.
Phone: 973 526-5732
The DSS Group of Companies is Canadian owned and involved in the business of importation, distribution and service of marine, environmental response and military equipment and supplies throughout Canada. The company is headquartered in a newly renovated facility, in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, and also operates regional sales and service facilities in Newfoundland, Quebec, and British Columbia. The DSS Group of Companies’ Environmental Products Division provides products and services to aid in the recovery of spilled oil and chemical products in the marine environment. Their clients include Response Organizations, Canadian Coast Guard, Port and Harbour Facilities and the Canadian Navy to name but a few.
Phone: 902 835-4848
Earthwise Sorbents is the world’s only manufacturer of algae sorbents. The people working at Earthwise Sorbents are passionate about sustainable, repurposed and recycled products, so they have made it their mission to provide a full line of high performance sorbent products made from sustainable, repurposed or recycled materials. They understand that spills can happen and, when it does, Earthwise will be there.
Phone: 760 580 3655
The mission of EnviroBlu Solutions Inc. is to provide environment-friendly cleaning solutions to the world. The company manufactures EnviroBlu, a multi-purpose water-based industrial cleaner/degreaser that is solvent-free, phosphate-free, non-toxic, non-corrosive, non-caustic, non-flammable and biodegradable. Its purpose is to replace hazardous cleaning products on ships, submarines and other enclosed spaces. EnviroBlu Solutions has its corporate office in St. John’s, Newfoundland, and six regional offices across Canada. The company operates plants in St. John’s and in Keswick Ridge, near Fredericton, New Brunswick.
ENVIROLIN, is an importer and distributor of biodegradable synthetic lubricants of the globally recognized European brand PANOLIN ®. The wide range of eco-friendly products offered by PANOLIN ® meet the specific needs of customers in the heavy machinery industry, maritime, exploration and oil platforms, forestry, railway, agriculture and hydropower; one ocean to the other.
Phone: 418 623-1216
Environmental Solution Inc. distributes a wide array of eco-friendly cleaning products for industrial, commercial, food manufacturing, marine and soil. Its products provide economical, environmental and time-saving advantages through natural cleaning and contamination removal using bioremediation technology.
Phone: 919 740-0546
Envirosystems is a proud Atlantic Canadian organization with global headquarters in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia and United States headquarters in Fridley, Minnesota. We currently operate in more than 46 locations across Canada and the United States within eight (8) US states and six (6) Canadian provinces. We have been helping businesses and governments achieve their industrial and environmental management goals and responsibilities for over 20 years. Envirosystems has grown from a regional provider of industrial and environmental services consisting of approximately 500 employees, into a North American leader comprised of dozens of North American locations and a workforce of over 1,000 experienced professionals. Envirosystems has one the most comprehensive suite of fully integrated industrial services including waste management, industrial cleaning, chemical cleaning, field and environmental services, of any contractor in North America. Our unrelenting commitment to health and safety is the number one priority of Envirosystems. Safety is one of our core values and is central to everything we do, from pre-job planning to execution and debriefing. Safety is deeply instilled within our culture and permeates throughout all levels of our organization. At Envirosystems, our goal is to create enduring partnerships with our customers. More than just a service provider, we are invested in our customers’ long-term success. To that end, we are continuously engaged in research and development projects that can bring value to our customers.
Filtramax is the Canadian master distributor for MAHLE Industrial Filtration, the German-based manufacturer that offers a wide range of customized, highly efficient filtration and separation systems: bilge water separation, ballast water treatment, engine maintenance, protection of hydraulic systems and pipelines, transfer and circulation systems, fuel and oil treatment. Representing many major filtration manufacturers, Filtramax has specialized in industrial filtration from coast to coast since 1988.
Phone: 514 697-0072
Understanding that a shipowner can no longer ignore the environmental question in its financial choices, GHGES Marine Solutions offers to its customers simple solutions and high economic performance in order to reduce their fuel consumption and their production of greenhouse gases. The approach is customized to each vessel and centered on the people of the sea. First the experts of GHGES paint a clear picture of the energy consumption of the vessel by means of an energy audit (10 to 15 days on board). Subsequently they develop operational procedures in the form of SEEMP (ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan) In addition to a list of potential projects including their financial performance and the reduction of fuel (and GHG) associated. GHGES supports the shipowners in their application of grants to access financial aid related to GHG emissions reduction that can be up to 50% of the project cost. The experts of GHGES are marine chief engineers, Certified Energy Manager (CEM) and Certified Measurement and Verification Professional (CMVP) association of energy engineer member (AEE). They have put in place more than a hundred projects on dozens of ships. GHGES is currently the only ones that offer a service so specialized in the maritime field.
Hermont Marine Inc was formed in 1984 and services the domestic and international fleets with environmental expertise. Its wide range of services and products include RWO Bilge Separators and DECKMA Bilge alarms for Oil Pollution prevention, RWO CleanBallast Ballast Water Management System to supply an approved, freshwater tested solution, capable to work under most adverse condition. Hermont also supplies compliant sewage treatment systems, sterilization units, better garbage management with b
Phone: 514 636-6185
InnovMarine Inc. supplies innovative solutions for ship design, construction and operation with a mission to improve productivity and eco-efficiency of the maritime industry. InnovMarine is the Canadian representative for NAPA. ClassNK-NAPA GREEN offers ship owners, charterers and operators a comprehensive solution to reduce fuel costs and emissions. It is a total solution for planning, monitoring and follow-up of ship operations. It helps its users to realize operational savings through, accurate voyage planning based on static, dynamic and adaptive trim optimization, voyage planning, weather routing, speed profile optimization and performance analysis – while never compromising safety.
Phone: 418 660-4545
International Paint is part of Akzo Nobel, one of the world’s leading industrial companies and largest coating manufacturer operating in more than 80 countries and employing more than 55,000 people. International Paint marine coatings use leading-edge technology in TBT-free antifouling, abrasion resistant coatings and fouling control systems. Its coatings are applied to everything from ballast tanks to decks to underwater hulls.
Phone: 800 361-2865
JASCO Applied Sciences provides consulting services and instrumentation for assessing and mitigating underwater noise. Since its origin in 1981, JASCO has been developing and implementing acoustic technologies ranging from advanced acoustic recorder design to complex acoustic modelling algorithms to comprehensive field monitoring and data analysis. JASCO provides services for all stages of environmental reviews and assessments of underwater noise. They work with the oil and gas, marine construction, energy, shipping, fisheries, and defence sectors providing:
Phone: 902 405-3336
Marine Clean Ltd. is a highly experienced Marine and Industrial Contracting Firm located in Niagara Falls, Ontario, servicing the Great Lakes since 1974. The core of its operations is cleaning, degreasing, and disposal of petroleum based products and tanks. Services also include specialized Waste Management Programs, Preparation and Application of Coatings Systems, Vacuum Services, Degreasing, Demucking & Demudding, Ballast & Potable Water Tank Linings, Sewage Services, Bulk Liquid Transport, Spill Response, Marine Gas Chemist Services and Skilled Labor Supply.
Marine Construction Technologies is a public benefit company that emerged from the University of Washington CoMotion program. Its mission is to develop innovative engineering-driven solutions that provide both environmental and economic benefit to the marine construction industry. Marine Construction Technologies’ PBC’s Reinhall Piles provide a breakthrough in noise mitigation for driving steel piles, resulting in a ~20 dB reduction in peak underwater sound levels. Depending on site-specific conditions, this reduction may result in sounds levels below injury and harassment thresholds for sensitive fish and wildlife.
Moran Coastal and Ocean Resources, Inc. (CORI), located in Victoria, British Columbia is currently in its 28th year of business. CORI offers professional consulting services in geological and environmental sciences related to the marine environment, from the coastline to the deep sea. CORI is a registered Canadian company with a unique specialization in coastline mapping. Their expertise in coastal and seabed habitat mapping is used to support a wide range of activities including environmental assessment, oil spill response planning, port development and conservation planning.
Phone: 250 658-4050
Specialists in the field of electronics and in the design and manufacture of tailor-made equipment, Multi-Electronics is also manufacturer of acoustic and oceanographic equipment including Viking instrumented buoys and Aural and micro-Aural underwater acoustic recorders. Since the beginning of its operations, Multi-Électronique has carried out a large number of projects, often guided by oceanographic research projects from Ismer and the Maurice Lamontagne Institute (MLI). The Aural submarine acoustic recorder, originally intended for the scientific community, is the first mass-produced and internationally marketed product. Considering the growing interest of the marine community in measuring anthropogenic underwater noise, Multi-Électronique has the necessary expertise to support Green Marine participants in achieving their performance targets, through its technological development capability.
Phone: 418 724-5835
OceanWorks International has been at the cutting edge of subsea and diving technology, operations and support for more than 30 years. Based in Burnaby, British Columbia, OceanWorks specializes in the design and manufacturing of underwater systems and specialized equipment for key marine industries, academic institutes, oil and gas ventures, and military clients worldwide. OceanWorks’ expertise includes seafloor hydraulics, power distribution, connection systems, structures, communications and controls, and developing a risk-mitigated approach to functional robust design. The company’s depth of experience in the design, manufacturing, testing, certification and delivery of customized prototype developments, systems engineering designs, pressure vessels as well as control systems is extensive. Its expertise also includes all engineering and project management disciplines required to support its core business areas.
OpDAQ Systems specializes in ship-board performance monitoring systems and sea-trial monitoring services. We help ship operators to reduce fuel consumption by providing key performance indicators such as real-time fuel consumption, specific fuel consumption, fuel per nautical mile and engine power. State-of-the-art sensors allows to get accurate performance data in order to optimize ship operation and maintenance or to evaluate fuel reduction technologies.
Phone: 418 727-5753
Palantir AS is a Norwegian IT company with high-tech solutions for the maritime industry. Founded in 2000, it is now part of the Marlink Group. Its KeepUp@Sea solution allows for all ship management applications to be monitored from shore after a single onboard visit. KeepUp@Sea is a unique tool to achieve user-friendly, problem-free IT operations that reduce operational costs and environmental impacts. This reliable IT solution helps crews to focus on more efficient vessel operations.
Pronova Systems Inc. specializes in engineering and consulting for marine projects with a focus on automation and electrical systems. Pronova developed a Fuel Optimizing System to use for various types of ships and propulsion systems. The Fuel Optimizing System saves at least 20 per cent of the fuel used for a ship’s propulsion systems and proportionally reduces the NOx and SOx emissions generated by the ship.
Phone: 514 519-2191
RSC Bio Solutions is focused on providing a full array of high-performance, readily biodegradable alternatives to petroleum-based lubricating, cleaning and oil products. RSC Bio Solutions manufactures and provides technologically advanced EnviroLogic® readily biodegradable functional fluids and oils, SAFECARE® bio-based, readily biodegradable cleaners/degreasers, and GreenSorb® eco-friendly spill absorbent. With close to 20 years of experience and more than 50 Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) approvals, EnviroLogic® hydraulic fluids and gear oils have been tested and proven in some of the toughest environments possible. RSC Bio Solutions’ products have a significantly reduced environmental impact and provide users peace of mind in the event of a spill. They also meet the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Vessel General Permit criteria.
Phone: 800 661-3558
The Société d’Intervention et de Gestion en Environnement Industriel et Maritime (S.I.G.E.I.M.) specializes in environmental response. S.I.G.E.I.M. provides management and response services for industrial and marine environment. S.I.G.E.I.M. also offers other related services such as tanks, barrels and contaminated equipment cleaning.
Phone: 418 889-8338
Sanexen specializes in development of environmental technologies for contaminated soils, water treatment and management of hazardous materials. It also provides consulting services in sustainable development and compliance.
Phone: (450) 466-2123
As a global specialist in energy management, Schneider Electric is well positioned to provide the latest solutions in the Navy, Merchant Marine and Marine offshore segments. We offer increased reliability of electrical systems, a comprehensive suite of services and equipment solutions, energy management optimization and total support throughout each vessel’s life cycle. Focused on making energy safe, reliable, efficient, productive and green, the company helps individuals and organisations “Make the most of their energy.”
Phone: 250 412-9919
Seagulf Marine Industries Inc. is a Canadian ship chandler committed to reducing its environmental impact and helping ship owners and managers do the same. Since its establishment in 1958, Seagulf has worked to remain at the forefront of the industry, helping clients predict and remain ahead of future shipping trends.
Phone: 514 935-6933
For more than 25 years, SINTO has been designing, manufacturing and distributing high-quality lubricant products to maximize the performance, protection and durability of mechanical equipment and vehicles. SINTO’s mission is to make its customers’ equipment more efficient. The company’s range of lubricants, greases, bearings, motor and recreational vehicle oils, degreasers, cleaners and anti-rust products all work to improve the environment performance of its clients. SINTO’s marine division offers products and services tailored specifically to the requirements of marine equipment and include:
the Cetane Booster energy efficiency program to improve the performance of diesel engines and reduce both fuel consumption and engine emissions;
gear lubrication program;
technical services, support and relevant training.
Phone: 418 230-2945
The Energy Conservation Group is an organization that works with original equipment manufacturers to further the advancement of quality and sustainable “Green Energy” products and services throughout Canada. One such technology is the i-phi™ from Innovative Hydrogen Solutions based out of Aurora, Ontario. This leading-edge hydrogen generating system for internal combustion applications produces a mixture of hydrogen and oxygen gases, on demand, that is designed to work on any internal combustion engine, including marine diesel engines onboard ocean carriers. This product has been running in operational environments for over 10 years and has been shown to increase fuel economy and decrease maintenance costs while providing valuable carbon credits and offsets.
Thordon Bearings is the leading manufacturer of seawater lubricated propeller shaft bearings, grease-free rudder and deck equipment bearings and other shaftline products for the global marine market. Thordon propeller shaft bearing systems eliminate oil leakage, provide excellent bearing wear performance, offer lower in-service costs as well as eliminate emergency seal repairs. Thordon’s self-lubricating rudder bearings have a low coefficient of friction and operate without grease above and below the water line.
Phone: 905 335-1440
Total Marine Solutions was established in 2000 with a specific mission to supply environmental products and services with the focus remaining fixed on working with ship owners and operators complying with the ever changing regulations related to environmental protection. This is accomplished through representation of quality manufacturers specializing in the treatment of waste streams, development of monitoring devices and analysis support.
Phone: 305 495-5462
Turner Designs provides innovative optical-based solutions for environmental research and monitoring, water quality analysis, pollution control analysis, OEM, industrial, and marine applications. Having a unique focus on fluorescence instrumentation for over 45 years and customers throughout the world, they are a leader in optical instrumentation design, manufacture, and support. Turner Designs is known for providing rugged, reliable, and stable submersible, field, handheld, laboratory, and inline optical instrumentation varying in functionality, size and price. Most recent support to the marine industry comes from their Ballast-Check 2 for indicative compliance monitoring that has been independently proven to work with all treatment system types and water conditions.
Phone: 408 212-4048
Urgence Marine Inc. was founded in 1979 and has played since then, an increasing role in the Port of Montreal and the St Lawrence River. The company, which has been granted operating permits by Federal and Provincial Governments, has focused primarily its activities on mooring and unmooring services, hold cleaning, de-icing, spill clean-up and waste removal and transport. The company has very specialized equipments as well as trained personnel to meet and exceed the many Government norms standards, as to be able to service the clientele with the highest degree of efficiency.
Phone: 514 640-3138
VapCor Inc. specializes in selling and supporting hydraulic fluids, which are water soluble (No Sheen), biodegradable and have low aqua toxicity as well as combustion additives that raise the cetane value of fuels which promotes a more complete combustion at lower temperatures reducing emissions. VapCor Inc. also specializes in IMODE emission monitoring equipmade in Canada and tested by NETE that measures Nox, CO, CO2, O2, HC & Opacity.
Phone: 905 346-2638
Wärtsilä is a global leader in smart technologies and complete lifecycle solutions for the marine and energy markets. By emphasising sustainable innovation, total efficiency and data analytics, Wärtsilä maximises the environmental and economic performance of the vessels and power plants of its customers.
Phone: 514 404-4314
The Atlantic Pilotage Authority is a Crown corporation responsible for providing marine pilotage service to Atlantic Canada. Established in 1972 by the Pilotage Act, the APA continues to work with ports, the shipping industry and other stakeholders to provide the safest and most efficient marine pilotage service possible to Atlantic Canada. With their experience and training, the pilots ensure the risks of marine incidents and related pollution are minimized. Pilots largely see themselves as stewards of the environment and take great pride in keeping marine incidents to a minimum.
The British Columbia Coast Pilots Ltd. works with the marine industry to deliver safe and efficient pilotage by providing local knowledge and expertise to foreign ships in order to protect environmental, public and economic interests. BC Coast Pilots have been in the business of keeping 24,140 kilometres (15,000 miles) of British Columbia’s waters safe since the mid-1800s and have an exceptional safety record. Under Canada’s Pilotage Act, BC Coast pilots are authorized to board and guide any foreign ship going in or out of a B.C. port located between Alaska and the southern Canadian border to ensure safety, efficiency and environmental protection. The BC Coast Pilots also review changes to shipping routes, make recommendations for the protection of marine habitat, and evaluate the impacts of proposed new projects.
Phone: 604-688-0291 ext 307
Established in 1873, the Corporation des Pilotes du St-Laurent Central (CPSLC) is an association of maritime pilots. It shall take all appropriate measures to ensure the pilotage service and ensure its availability and reliability. The corporation is governed by a Board of Directors consisting of five members, all pilots. Together, they decide on actions to meet the objectives of the Corporation. CPSLC includes 109 active pilots to date.
Phone: 819 690-5773
For more than 150 years, the Corporation of Lower St. Lawrence Pilots has been playing a crucial role in the safety of maritime transportation on the St. Lawrence River between Les Escoumins and Quebec City, as well as on the Saguenay River. The primary role of Lower St. Lawrence pilots is to ensure safe navigation.
Phone: 418 692-0444
Great Lakes Pilotage Authority’s objectives are to provide economic, safe, reliable and comprehensive marine pilotage and related services in the Great Lakes region, within its geographical boundaries; all waters in the Province of Quebec south of the northern entrance to St. Lambert Lock and all Canadian waters in and around the provinces of Ontario and Manitoba. Pilotage in the international waters within the boundaries is shared with United States of America Pilot Corporations, which are under the direction of the United States Coast Guard
The Laurentian Pilotage Authority’s mandate is to operate, maintain and manage an efficient pilotage service in Canadian waters (Laurentian Region) in the interest of navigation safety.
Phone: 514 283-6320
The Pacific Pilotage Authority is the federal Crown corporation with the mandate to provide a safe, efficient marine pilotage service on the West Coast of Canada from the Washington State border in the south to the State of Alaska in the north. With their training and experience, the pilots provide a much needed service in ensuring that marine incidents and the risk of pollution are minimized. Pilots largely see themselves as stewards of the environment and take great pride in keeping marine incidents to a minimum. The current success rate on Canada’s West Coast is 99.95 per cent (based on 2012 data).
Phone: 604 666-6671
In partnership with the marine industry, the Georgian College Centre for Marine Training and Research (CMTR) delivers internationally recognized marine training and certification through excellence in continuing education. It provides the marine industry with competent current and future leaders – the best marine officers and ratings at sea. The CMTR pursues innovative applied Marine Simulation Technology research initiatives by seeking partnerships and collaboration, and providing world class technical and human resources to the Canadian and International maritime industry.
Phone: 519.376.0840, ext. 2020
Founded in 2001 and mandated to review, build consensuses and take action, the Human Resources Sectorial Committee of the Maritime Industry (CSMOIM) is an organization composed of employer and employee representatives. CSMOIM works to promote the interests of Québec’s marine industry, developing human resources by carrying out projects aimed at training, human resources management, sectorial knowledge and planning for the new generation of workers.
Phone: 418 694-9059
Innovation maritime is an applied research centre active since 2001. It offers R&D services, technical assistance and information distribution to any company or organization related to the maritime domain. Innovation maritime, a not-for-profit organization, is governed by a board of directors of representatives from the marine industry and the research sector.
Innovation maritime projects focus mainly on six major research areas: marine transport, navigation, marine engineering, marine safety and security, environmental technologies and submarine and hyperbaric interventions.
Innovation maritime multidisciplinary team includes engineers, programmers, transportation analysts, economists and captains. This varied and complementary expertise enables the Centre to offer its clients innovative solutions tailored to their needs.
The success of Innovation maritime projects depends on its close links with the industry, listening to the needs expressed by customers, consulting its clients and partners throughout the implementation of the mandates and its very practical approach oriented towards concrete results.
Innovation maritime is recognized by the Ministry of Education and Higher Education, as well as by the Ministry of Economy, Science and Innovation as a Collegial Centre for Technology Transfer (CCTT). This recognition confirms the quality of the work carried out by Innovation maritime and its capacity to support the development of Québec’s maritime sector through applied research and technology transfer. Since its creation, Innovation maritime has completed more than 300 projects for the marine sector.
Phone: 418 725-3525, ext. 4601
The Marine Exchange of Puget Sound is a member-based not-for-profit organization that provides comprehensive commercial vessel movement information services to its membership around the clock. It facilitates safe, secure, efficient and environmentally responsible marine operations. The primary role is to provide a steady channel of communication and vessel arrival times to its membership. It tracks vessels, monitoring their movements from approximately 15 days prior to their arrival in Puget Sound or Grays Harbor. The monitoring data is used to create reports that are disseminated to members on a daily, weekly, monthly and yearly basis. The Marine Exchange also provides administrative assistance to several not-for-profit safety, security and response organizations.
Phone: 206 443-3830
Western Canada Marine Response Corporation delivers safe and effective oil spill response services within the province of British Columbia. The company is committed to environmental protection in all aspects of its operations.
Phone: 604 294-6001
Founded in 1992, Aluminerie Alouette is an independent aluminum producer. With 1,000 employees and an annual production of 575,000 tons, it is the number one employer in Sept-Îles and the biggest aluminum smelter in North America. The Sept-Îles plant is the world leader for energy consumption per ton of aluminum produced and a state-of-the-art facility that exceeds government environmental standards.
Phone: 418 964-7000
K+S Windsor Salt Ltd., formerly known as the Canadian Salt Company Limited, recovers, processes and sells salt, and markets over 200 evaporated and rock salt products under its well-known Windsor and Safe-T-Salt brand names. Headquartered in Pointe-Claire, Québec, the Canadian Salt Company Limited employs 861 people in its three regional sales offices, four evaporated salt plants and three rock salt mines, and across its Canada-wide network of warehouses and salt storage facilities. It is Canada’s largest salt manufacturer.
Phone: 514 428-7953
Quickload CEF Inc., a company operating out of Prince Rupert, specializes in loading, transloading and container storage.
Phone: 250 627-5623
Green Marine’s newsletter is released every two months and presents all relevant information regarding the environmental program. It also showcases best practices and green initiatives.
Green Marine is a very effective voluntary forum in which everyone is obviously committed to reducing their environmental footprint. Now it’s a question of by how much and how fast.Gerald Butts, President, World Wildlife Fund (Canada)