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  • Green terminal development

    The Port of Los Angeles (POLA) is to begin construction on a two-year project to improve the marine container terminal operated by Yusen Terminals LLC, allowing it to handle vessels and move cargo more greenly and efficiently. 01 Jul 2015 - GreenPort

  • Getting better at marine recycling

    The Dutch recycling expert Sea2Cradle has come a long way since it was founded back in 2011. So far it has recycled over 100 floating structures using its partner shipbreaking yards. 30 Jun 2015 - GreenPort

  • Combatting black carbon

    Black carbon emitted from vessel stacks is a long-standing environmental and reputational issue for the cruise industry because they emit stark visual representation of air pollution to both passengers and port residents. 30 Jun 2015 - GreenPort

  • Prince Rupert boosts green rewards

    The Canadian port of Prince Rupert is enhancing its Green Wave programme to better reward shipping companies’ positive environmental performances. 30 Jun 2015 - GreenPort

  • The move towards hybrid

    With hybrid being the ‘here and now’ technology for many industries, the maritime sector is seeing a rise in entirely new hybrid solutions. 29 Jun 2015 - GreenPort

  • Cutting emissions with clean driving

    Corporate fleet managers in Europe could save millions of tonnes of CO2 emissions and €28bn a year with available efficiency measures and clean technologies, according to a new report by analysts, CE Delft. 26 Jun 2015 - GreenPort

  • Haldia becomes ‘first’ green Indian port

    The Indian port of Haldia has become what is said to be the ‘first’ green port in the country after a bio-diesel dispensing unit was inaugurated recently. 25 Jun 2015 - GreenPort

  • Shore side power at Bergen

    Cavotec, Schneider Electric and the Port of Bergen have hosted a shore side power event gathering together leading experts to discuss how the technology is playing an increasingly important role in reducing emissions at the world's ports. 25 Jun 2015 - GreenPort

  • Tideworks helps automate MIT

    US-based Tideworks Technology, Inc has supplied its terminal operating system (TOS) for automatic stacking cranes (ASCs) at Mazanillo International Terminal (MIT), Panama. 24 Jun 2015 - GreenPort

  • New biomass facility will boost handling

    A new £100m biomass terminal planned for the Port of Liverpool will see it handle up to three million tonnes of wood pellets a year as part of the decarbonisation of the nearby Drax power station, boosting handling at the port. 24 Jun 2015 - GreenPort

  • Gobbler Boats cleans up

    UK based Gobbler Boats swept the board at this year's Seawork International exhibition winning two innovation, design and construction awards for its new Gobbler 290 Rapid Response Oil Spill Recovery Vessel (RROSRV). 23 Jun 2015 - GreenPort

  • London launches recycling initiative

    The Port of London Authority (PLA) is doing its part to stay green with a new recycling initiative that will also help with wildlife conservation. 23 Jun 2015 - GreenPort

  • Liverpool awarded for sustainable development

    The Port of Liverpool has been awarded ‘Port Authority of the Year’ for its Liverpool2 development that will offer import and export companies sustainable ‘ship-to-door’ solutions. 22 Jun 2015 - GreenPort

  • Environmental recognition for Vigo

    The Spanish port of Vigo has been awarded Port Environmental Review System (PERS) certification for the second time. 19 Jun 2015 - GreenPort

  • IMO adopts IGF Code

    The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) has adopted the International Code of Safety for Ships using Gases or other Low-flashpoint Fuels (IGF Code), which aims to minimise the risk to the environment. 18 Jun 2015 - GreenPort

  • Carnival plumps for LNG

    Carnival Corporation has signed a multi-billion dollar contract to build four next-generation LNG cruise ships, apparently the first of their kind in the industry. 18 Jun 2015 - GreenPort

  • New mist unit to eliminate dust

    US-based Dust Control Technology (DCT) has developed a transportable atomised mist unit which combines a workhorse electric dust suppression design with a 45 KW generator set to capture dust emissions. 17 Jun 2015 - GreenPort

  • Tidal Lagoon raises environmental concerns

    In the UK, the energy and climate secretary has granted planning permission for the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon project in South Wales, but the decision is not without its environmental concerns. 16 Jun 2015 - GreenPort

  • Liebherr launches new Pulser series

    Liebherr Maritime Cranes has unveiled its new reachstacker series that is equipped with a powerful diesel engine to comply with the latest emissions standards and an optional hybrid drive. 12 Jun 2015 - GreenPort

  • Tier 4 Terex straddles bound for US

    Terex Port Solutions (TPS) has secured the first US Tier 4 final compliant straddle carrier order from the Port Newark Container Terminal LLC (PNCT), Newark, New Jersey. 11 Jun 2015 - GreenPort

  • Greening bulk handling

    Dust emissions from bulk handling is a common problem worldwide and while some work is being done to reduce the environmental footprint, Ray Lee from Portside Solutions told GreenPort there’s a long way to go. 11 Jun 2015 - GreenPort

  • Kalmar unveils green reachstacker solution

    Kalmar has launched a new drive train system embedded into its Gloria reachstacker said to offer ‘greener’ operations, with 40% less fuel consumption and reduced exhaust emissions. 10 Jun 2015 - GreenPort