Americas – Page 23

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    FMT makes environmental policy public

    2010-03-02T11:55:00Z

    Federal Marine Terminals (FMT), which operates 10 terminals across the Great Lakes and the Eastern Seaboard, has unveiled its environmental policy on its website (www.fmtcargo.com). FMT is one of the first marine terminal operators to make its detailed environmental policy available to the public.

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    Canada's Federal Marine Terminals unveil new green policy

    2009-12-01T08:57:00Z

    Montreal...Federal Marine Terminals (FMT), operating ten terminals across the Great Lakes and the Eastern Seaboard, has unveiled its environmental policy on its website. FMT is one of the first marine terminal operators to make its detailed environmental policy available to the public.

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    Siwertell coal unloader for Itaqui

    2009-11-22T11:44:00Z

    A Siwertell coal unloader ordered to discharge coal in Porto do Itaqui, Brazil, offers environmental, technical, and efficiency benefits.

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    Galveston re-builds for the future

    2009-11-22T11:25:00Z

    The Port of Galveston hosted the 98th AAPA Convention during the last week of October just over a year after Hurricane Ike hit the Texas port city of Galveston, sinking the city’s historic downtown under ten feet of water.

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    Oakland’s truck ban exceeds regulations

    2009-11-19T10:53:00Z

    The Oakland Board of Port Commissioners adopted a strict truck ban effective January 1, 2010 to help clear the air.

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    Alumina ship loader for Brazil

    2009-11-18T11:50:00Z

    Alunorte, one of the world’s largest alumina producers has opted for a newly designed, Siwertell alumina ship loader from Cargotec to come into operation at the end of this year.

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    North Carolina Ports showcase greener port operations

    2009-11-17T10:48:00Z

    A recent demonstration at the Port of Wilmington displayed some of the latest technology showcasing the North Carolina State Ports Authority’s commitment to more environmentally friendly operations at the Ports of Wilmington and Morehead City, and the NC International Terminal.

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    $3.5 million to help cut diesel pollution in Baltimore

    2009-11-17T10:25:00Z

    The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced that the Port of Baltimore will receive $3.5 million in Recovery Act funding to help clean the air in and around the Port.

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    Air emissions cut at Portland

    2009-11-16T10:21:00Z

    The Port of Portland, Oregon has, over the past year added shore-side power (cold-ironing) at three of its marine terminals.

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    Houston clean air funding

    2009-11-14T17:21:00Z

    A $9 million Smart Way Diesel Emission Reduction Act (DERA) was awarded to the Houston- Galveston Area Council (HGAC), following the efforts of the Port of Houston Authority (PHA), H-GAC and the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF).

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    Shore power for cruise ships in Vancouver

    2009-11-13T10:01:00Z

    The shore power installation at Port Metro Vancouver, the home port of the Vancouver-Alaska cruise, is the result of a $9-million cooperative initiative between the Government of Canada, the British Columbia Ministry of Transportation, Holland America Line, Princess Cruises, BC Hydro and Port Metro Vancouver.

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    Port of Long Beach's "Green Port" tie up with China Merchants

    2009-11-12T09:40:00Z

    In a new “green port” collaboration, the Port of Long Beach and China Merchants Holdings International (CMHI), one of the world’s largest operators of seaport terminals, have signed a comprehensive environmental exchange agreement to further “green” technologies and practices on both sides of the Pacific Ocean.

  • Expansion phases 1 and 2 at the Port of Tampa, to increase storage area to 40 acres
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    Job creation at the Port of Tampa

    2009-11-11T10:17:00Z

    A review of the fiscal year 2009 capital program implemented by the Tampa Port Authority shows the Port of Tampa’s commercial importance and economic impact as one of the region’s largest job creators.

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    Fly ash through Tampa

    2009-11-11T09:37:00Z

    The Tampa Port Authority has announced that Separation Technologies LLC, the world’s largest beneficiator of fly ash, will begin a series of large export shipments of the cement supplement from the Port of Tampa to Panama.

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    Battery powered locomotive unveiled

    2009-11-10T14:36:00Z

    Norfolk Southern has unveiled the latest in alternative energy locomotive technology at its Juniata Locomotive Shop in Altoona, PA.

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    Charleston promotes green initiatives for World Maritime Day

    2009-11-01T16:21:00Z

    A healthy, growing port and a cleaner, healthier environment are compatible goals, as the Port of Charleston demonstrated at a “World Maritime Day” event; an annual event sponsored by the International Maritime Organization (IMO).

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    AAPA Annual Awards Program

    2009-10-28T09:14:00Z

    28 October...The seventh annual facilities engineering awards - a salute to exemplary port programs and best practices – took place during the 98th AAPA Convention in Galveston.

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    South Carolina Ports’ Strategic Plan Highlights Harbour Depth Advantage

    2009-10-20T10:57:00Z

    October 20...The South Carolina State Ports Authority (SCSPA) Board today adopted the first major update to the organization’s strategic plan in several years. The plan highlights Charleston’s tremendous harbour depth advantage, refines the agency’s mission and points to several areas of focus in the coming years.

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    Environmental Issues Remain a Top Priority for Supply Chain Professionals

    2009-10-12T10:22:00Z

    Chicago...Among the myriad of issues discussed by delegates to the recent Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals’ (CSCMP) Annual Conference in Chicago was the complex question of how the environment impact if the global supply chain can be managed in the future.

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    Port of Los Angeles investing $42 million into World Cruise Centre

    2009-09-17T11:17:00Z

    The Port of Los Angeles is investing more than $42 million in long-term improvements to its Inner Harbor World Cruise Center, according to a presentation given to the Board of Harbor Commissioners.