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February 20, 2018

Green Marine releases its 2018 program criteria

Quebec City, February 20, 2018 – Green Marine has just released its 2018 performance indicator criteria for North American ship owners, port authorities, terminal operators and shipyard managers. In keeping with its commitment to continual improvement, Green Marine annually reviews, strengthens and expands its environmental certification program criteria. Summaries of Green Marine’s environmental program for […]

Green Marine releases its 2018 program criteria

Hamilton Port Authority reduces its dust emissions

October 15, 2010

Green Marine also encourages environmental initiatives such as those undertaken by the Hamilton Port Authority this past summer, which involved paving jetty number 15 and installing a grease and grit interceptor at the site. As a result of this effort, a formerly dusty gravel lot populated with old warehouses has now been fully paved and […]

Major US shipowner joins Green Marine shipping program

January 19, 2011

Green Marine, a program aimed at improving the shipping industry’s environmental footprint, is pleased to announce that New York-based Roymar Ship Management has joined as its newest participant.

The Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative endorses Green Marine

January 4, 2011

Canadian and U.S. mayors from cities around the Great Lakes and St Lawrence Seaway passed a resolution today to support Green Marine, an environmental program established by the marine shipping industry.

Environmental program launch

October 23, 2007

The marine industry goes further Quebec City, October 23, 2007—The marine industry in Quebec and the rest of Canada continued to set itself apart today by officially launching its own environmental program calling on industry businesses to go further. This program covering the St. Lawrence and Great Lakes corridor is the first of its kind […]

Green Marine unveils the shipping industry’s first environmental performance results

May 18, 2009

As part of the Green Tech conference on green technologies for the shipping industry, Green Marine yesterday unveiled the first global results posted by participants of the Environmental Program of the St. Lawrence and Great Lakes Maritime Industry.

Green Marine welcomes two new supporters at municipal level

May 31, 2011

The City of Varennes endorsed on May 9, a resolution of support for Green Marine’s environmental program. Varennes is ideally located 15 minutes from downtown Montréal and 45 minutes from the U.S. border. The city’s proximity to the St. Lawrence River, vast territory (94 km square) and millions of square feet of available land consolidate […]

Board of Directors : Growing in both size and spirit

May 16, 2011

In order to reflect the expansion of Green Marine’s membership and its penetration into the west coast, the Board of Directors has invited two new marine associations to join its ranks.

The city of Montreal-Est supports Green Marine

May 16, 2011

The Municipal Council of Montreal-Est voted to join Green Marine as a supporter on April 18th.

News releases

Green Marine releases its 2018 program criteria

February 20, 2018

Quebec City, February 20, 2018 – Green Marine has just released its 2018 performance indicator criteria for North American ship owners, port authorities, terminal operators and shipyard managers. In keeping with its commitment to continual improvement, Green Marine annually reviews, strengthens and expands its environmental certification program criteria. Summaries of Green Marine’s environmental program for […]

Green Marine ship owners announce reduction in GHG emissions

December 12, 2017

Quebec City, December 12, 2017 – Ship owners participating in the Green Marine environmental certification program have demonstrated leadership in reducing greenhouse gases (GHG). Green Marine’s first carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) emissions data gathering and analysis indicate an average annual reduction in GHG intensity of 1.4%. This initiative was undertaken to better gauge Green Marine’s […]

Federal Fleet Services joins Green Marine

December 1, 2017

Quebec City, Quebec, December 1, 2017 – Federal Fleet Services has made its auxiliary oiler replenishment ship, the M/V Asterix, the very first naval fleet auxiliary vessel to join Green Marine, which is the largest voluntary environmental certification program for North America’s maritime industry. A former containership, the M/V Asterix was retrofitted at Federal Fleet […]

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