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JANUARY | 2021
Green Marine welcomes a new participant...
Logistec and Gulf Stream Marine continue their commitment to Green Marine Environmental Program by enlisting five terminals in the U.S. Gulf Coast. LOGISTEC Corporation and its U.S. Gulf Coast affiliate, Gulf Stream Marine, Inc., are adding five terminals in Texas that will be certified as part of the Green Marine Environmental Certification... Read more
...A new association...
Established in 1991, ONEIA is the business association representing the interests of the environment industry in Ontario. Its network of thousands of contacts includes key people at environmental technology, product and service companies, law, investment and insurance firms, institutes, universities and governments. Through their.... Read more
... And three new partners!

Urgence Portuaire has specialized in providing vessel services and port assistance for more than two decades. This company offers a 24/7 emergency service in the hiring of skilled labour and appropriate machinery for container loading/unloading and mined extracts transportation. Strikers, semi-trailers, wheel loaders and... Read more

REV LNG, LLC provides LNG fueling solutions for a range of industries that include shipping, drilling and power generation with customized systems to suit each client’s specific needs. The company distributes the product via an LNG-fueled trucking fleet, one of the first of its kind in the U.S. Northeast, to minimize its operational... Read more

Beaverlabs provides data acquisition and data analytics products to ship owners and ship operators. Founded in 2018, the company has introduced the Beambox, a robust industrial computer with a small footprint that connects to onboard data sources (such as flow meters, GPS, or torque meters) to automatically capture sensor and... Read more

Port Hueneme has two new hybrid cranes
On January 9, Port Hueneme realized the further greening of its cargo operations with the arrival of two new hybrid mobile harbour cranes for a long-time tenant. The more efficient cranes will support additional cargo movement, help to speed the delivery of... Read more

$29-million cleanup of Milwaukee harbour and three nearby rivers a step closer
The six-year cleanup planned for Milwaukee’s harbour and portions of three area rivers is closer to obtaining its required $29-million budget. In January 2020, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced.... Read more

PortsToronto and the University of Toronto divert 85,000 pieces of plastic  
From July to October 2020, the Seabins Program managed by PortsToronto and the University of Toronto Trash Team diverted approximately 85,000 small pieces of human-generated debris from Lake Ontario. Most ... Read more

Port of Corpus Christi joins SEA-LNG
The Port of Corpus Christi is now the fourth North American port to join the SEA-LNG multi-sector industry coalition. SEA-LNG works with its members to demonstrate that LNG is the only commercially viable and scalable alternative to oil-based fuels in the shipping industry to meet both... Read more

BC Ferries launches 4th LNG-fueled Salish Class vessel
A fourth LNG-powered Salish Class ferry is closer to becoming a key part the Clean Futures Plan at BC Ferries. The ship entered the waters near the Remontowa Shipbuilding facility in Gdansk, Poland, in... Read more

Two greener tugs christened by Great Lakes Towing
Great Lakes Towing christened two new tugs Dec. 17 as a live-streamed online event so that employees and colleagues could all take part while respecting COVID-19 safety protocols. Named Pennsylvania and Wisconsin the 64-foot (19.5-metre) ICE design harbour tugs were the... Read more

GCT Canada announces completion of leading ship-to-rail discharge facility’s expansion
The final two tracks of the GTC Deltaport Intermodal Rail Yard Expansion Project have been laid at the Port of Vancouver. The completion of the project’s privately funded second stage was announced in December by... Read more

Northwest Seaport Alliance obtains EPA grant for electric cargo-handling equipment
As part of its Diesel Emissions Reduction Act (DERA) program, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has given the Northwest Seaport Alliance $782,482 to replace diesel-powered cargo-handling... Read more

Washington State Ferries inaugurates a new terminal
The new Mukilteo Multimodal Ferry Terminal was opened by Washington State Ferries for the Mukilteo/Clinton route on Dec. 29, replacing a 63-year-old facility nearby. Safer and more efficient, the new terminal was designed and built to Leadership in Energy and Environmental... Read more

STQ’s Sorel-Tracy river station receives LEED Silver certification
The Société des traversiers du Québec (STQ) obtained LEED Silver certification this past December for its new Sorel-Tracy river ferry station. Inaugurated in the summer of 2019, the facility was planned and constructed in ways... Read more

Rapid stormwater monitoring device being developed at the Port of San Diego
The Port of San Diego has entered into a two-year pilot project with FREDsense Technologies to create portable five-in-one field-testing sensor equipment to provide real-time metals analysis for stormwater monitoring... Read more

Creation of the Montreal Climate Partnership
The Port of Montreal and Énergir (Green Marine participant and partner) are among the major stakeholders taking part in the newly created Montreal Climate Partnership (MCP). It was formed after Montreal unveiled its Climate Plan this past December to become carbon-neutral by... Read more

Greater Victoria Harbour Authority moves forward with shore power project
Greater Victoria Harbour Authority (GVHA) is planning to proceed with the next stage of the shore-power project for the Victoria Cruise Terminal at The Breakwater District. According to GVHA data, the installation... Read more


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First-of-its-kind Marine Mammal Desk
The Canadian Coast Guard launched a first-of-its-kind Marine Mammal Desk co-located within the CCG’s Marine Communications and Traffic Services Centre in Sidney, British Columbia. The new Marine Mammal Desk will report whale sightings in real time and advise vessel... Read more

DERA grant funding opportunity 
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has approximately $46 million in Diesel Emissions Reduction Act (DERA) grant funds available. The funds will serve to support projects aimed at reducing emissions from existing fleets of older diesel engines in the U.S... Read more

Maritime Blue launches second wave of Washington’s Maritime Accelerator

Washington Maritime Blue and the Port of Seattle reviewed more than 100 applications to select the 11 start-ups to participate in an impact-focused maritime accelerator group that will launch this January 27 online as... Read more

Quebec extends deadline for transportation efficiency assistance programs
The Quebec Ministry of Transportation has extended its intermodal and energy efficiency programs for the marine, air and rail modes for an additional three months to March 31. With 44% of Quebec’s greenhouse gas.. Read more

Canadian views on shipping industry explored by Clear Seas
The independent research centre Clear Seas and the Anguis Reid Institute have partnered on a third study gauging the perceptions of Canadians about the marine industry. The 2020 nationwide poll builds on the benchmark... Read more

Lloyd’s Register and NETSCo to develop Jones Act compliant wind turbine installation vessel
Two Green Marine partners, Lloyd’s Register North America Inc. and NETSCo, will collaborate to design a vessel to support the offshore wind industry in the United States. The Jones Act requires any vessel transporting... Read more

JASCO deploys an underwater listening station in the Salish Sea to protect endangered whales
JASCO Applied Sciences has installed and is operating a new underwater listening station in the Salish Sea to track endangered whales and the underwater noise from ships. Transport Canada commissioned the tracking... Read more

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January 25, 2021 - Ocean Supercluster Resilience (OSCR) Call for Proposals
Learn more about Canada's Ocean Supercluster’s newest program, Ocean Supercluster Resilience (OSCR) Call for Proposals, during a live info session. The webinar is available in English and in French..... Read more

January 28, 2021 - Post-Inauguration: What Next for U.S.-Canada Relations?
This virtual event organized by the Chamber of Marine Commerce presents a panel discussion on the new frontier of U.S.-Canada relations following the inauguration of Joe Biden as the 46th U.S. President, and will..... Read more

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