Breaking new ground in eco certification

Shorebirds at Ash Island, where the Port of Newcastle took part in an environmental rehabilitation project

An Australian port has broken new ground in Australia and New Zealand by becoming the first port in the region to be certified by EcoPorts, the global environmental and sustainability standard for the ports sector, writes Dave MacIntyre

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