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  • Keeping dust under control

    US-based Dust Control Technology’s (DCT) most established core products have been certified as safe by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) and Canadian Standards Association (CSA) standards. 23 Oct 2014 - GreenPort

  • MEPC makes headway with Polar Code

    The shipping industry is edging closer to a mandatory Polar Code for ships operating in Arctic and Antarctic waters after the IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) approved environmental provisions in the draft. 22 Oct 2014 - GreenPort

  • Ports awarded for high environmental standards

    The ports of Calais, Cork and Moerdijk, all received recognition for high environmental standards during the Gala dinner at this year’s GreenPort Congress in Barcelona. 22 Oct 2014 - GreenPort

  • Sustainable project unveils new fuel

    A viable, “exceptionally” clean alternative marine fuel has been introduced by Marine South East’s Glycerine Fuel for Marine Sustainability (GLEAMS) project, following a year of research. 22 Oct 2014 - GreenPort

  • Continental speciality tyres prove their worth

    Continental says its recently introduced Commercial Speciality Tyres (CST), SC20 Mileage+ and SC20 Energy+, are proving successful in helping companies in the logistics sector achieve economic success. 21 Oct 2014 - GreenPort

  • IMO tackles BWM implementation

    Measures to help accelerate the entry into force and implementation of the international Ballast Water Convention have been adopted by the IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC). 21 Oct 2014 - GreenPort

  • MOL recognised as climate change leader

    Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) has been recognised as a leader for climate change transparency by international, not-for-profit organisation, CDP. 20 Oct 2014 - GreenPort

  • Konecranes unveils new 'greener' lift trucks

    Konecranes has launched a new range of lift trucks complete with EU stage 4/EPA 4f engines, which are said to offer lower fuel consumption, reduced emissions and more power. 20 Oct 2014 - GreenPort

  • Hamburg’s hybrid barge

    The Port of Hamburg has finally got its environmentally friendly alternative for supplying power to cruise ships at berth – Becker Marine System’s floating LNG hybrid barge. 20 Oct 2014 - GreenPort

  • Inatech tool helps ensure ECA compliance

    Cloud software and IT services provider, Inatech, has launched a new rules-based application and reporting tool to help shipowners ensure they comply with upcoming 2015 ECA regulations. 17 Oct 2014 - GreenPort

  • The road to becoming a green port

    Day two of Mercator Media’s GreenPort Congress in Barcelona was centred around the nitty gritty of creating a green port proving that even small changes can help make a difference. 16 Oct 2014 - GreenPort

  • APMT seals the deal for Costa Rica terminal

    APM Terminals (APMT) is playing its part in the modernisation of Costa Rica’s Limón/Moin port through the design, financing, construction, operation and maintenance of the new Moin Container Terminal (TCM). 16 Oct 2014 - GreenPort

  • Creating a positive green image for ports

    Creating a positive image for ports when it comes to the environment - that was the take home message from the first day of the ninth GreenPort Congress, being held in Barcelona this week. 15 Oct 2014 - GreenPort

  • DNV GL looks to South East Asia

    DNV GL is addressing energy demand in South East Asia, which is expected to grow at twice the rate of the rest of the world, with a dedicated LNG and Gas Consulting unit in Singapore. 15 Oct 2014 - GreenPort

  • Ferry company puts LNG plans on hold

    Western Channel ferry operator Brittany Ferries says it has been forced to suspend its plans to operate on LNG fuel because the figures do not add up. 14 Oct 2014 - GreenPort

  • Sharing vision and strategy

    The second GreenPort Cruise conference kicked off this week highlighting the latest environmental and sustainability issues facing global cruise terminals. 14 Oct 2014 - GreenPort

  • Ballast Water Convention edges closer

    The IMO says that the Ballast Water Management (BWM) Convention is edging closer to entering into force as Japan and Turkey become the latest countries to sign up to its ratification. 14 Oct 2014 - GreenPort

  • ABB electrifies APMT Mexican terminal

    ABB is to supply a complete electrification and crane automation solution for APM Terminals’ (APMT) new Mexican terminal at the Port of Lázaro Cárdenas. 14 Oct 2014 - GreenPort

  • MAN dual-fuel engines for LNG carriers

    MAN Diesel & Turbo has reported a contract for four MAN B&W 5G70ME-GI engines to power two LNG carriers, ordered by Norway’s BW Group from Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering. 13 Oct 2014 - GreenPort

  • Damen tug leaves for Trinidad

    Damen Shipyards Group has delivered the first ASD tug 2810 in a four-vessel contract with ARC Towage, which will be used to provide gas terminal berthing services in Trinidad and Tobago. 10 Oct 2014 - GreenPort

  • ECSA position on scrubbers

    The European Community Shipowners’ Association (ECSA) has published a position paper to try to achieve a harmonised position on the discharge of washwater in ports, estuaries and coastal areas, from open-loop scrubbers. 09 Oct 2014 - GreenPort

  • ABPmer to lead Southampton impact assessment

    ABP Marine Environmental Research Ltd (ABPmer) is to prepare various technical reports to support the environmental statements for the proposed regeneration of the Royal Pier Waterfront in Southampton, UK. 09 Oct 2014 - GreenPort