Measures to reduce equipment emissions approved


The Port of Oakland has approved measures that will help reduce emissions from cargo handling equipment at the TraPac marine terminal

Port Commissioners at Oakland in California have unanimously voted to amend terminal operator TraPac’s lease to include green upgrades to cargo handling equipment at its facilities.

This legislation is significant because it is the first time a terminal operator has been called upon in a Port of Oakland lease agreement to upgrade cargo handling equipment to significantly reduce emissions.

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