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Top Ten GreenPort issues

16 Nov 2011
GreenPort aims to address the top ten environmental issues faced by European Ports that were identified in a recent European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO) survey.

GreenPort aims to address the top ten environmental issues faced by European Ports that were identified in a recent European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO) survey.

A survey by European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO), identifies the top ten environmental issues faced by European Ports. GreenPort aims to address these and more issues.

According to survey by European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO), the top ten environmental issues faced by European Ports are: Port waste, dredging, dredging disposal, dust, noise, air quality, bunkering, hazardous cargo, oil spill and ship discharge (bilge).

GreenPort provides professional information on environmental best practice for Senior Environmental Port Executives. ‘Energy for Green Ports’ and ‘GreenPort Logistics’ will be held on 23 and 24 February 2011 along with an exhibition devoted to technological innovations in renewable energy and the logistics chain.

These valuable events are supported by the Greenport quarterly Magazine, weekly E - Newsletter and Website, which will also provide news about the latest port regulations, port planning and sustainable systems.


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Conference details

From
Wed, 23 February 2011
To:
Thu, 24 February 2011
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