World – Page 8

  • San Diego
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    San Diego advances clean air initiatives

    2021-02-16T15:13:00Z

    The Port of San Diego is making significant moves to advance new clean air and environmental protection strategies.

  • DPA is constantly reviewing its environmental requirements and standards Photo: DPA
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    Damietta Port accelerates green drive

    2021-02-15T12:46:00Z

    Egypt''s Damietta Port in Egypt is accelerating its drive to replace its fossil fuel-powered cranes with electric cargo lifting equipment to save on fuel and reduce diesel emissions, writes Shem Oirere.

  • Port Anthony
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    Hydrogen project planned for Aus port

    2021-02-12T11:28:00Z

    A large-scale hydrogen production facility will be built and developed at Port Anthony in Australia with planned initial production of 20t per day.

  • offshore wind
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    US ports get help to shift to offshore wind

    2021-02-11T12:57:00Z

    A single-source terminal and supply chain management solution is being developed to support the emerging offshore wind industry in the US.

  • Port of Terma
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    African port recycles oil waste

    2021-02-10T15:56:00Z

    Ghana''s Port of Terma is boosting its recycling efforts with a compact micro-refining unit which regenerates oil waste into petroleum products.

  • A sweeper truck cleaning the Mount Maunganui wharves at Port of Tauranga Photo: Port of Tauranga
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    Tauranga cuts waste and saves money

    2021-02-10T12:41:00Z

    New Zealand’s Port of Tauranga is reaping the benefits of several green initiatives, including achieving a 15.3% reduction in carbon emissions in the last financial year, says Dave MacIntyre.

  • automotive service
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    ABP invests in new port rail service

    2021-02-10T11:36:00Z

    Associated British Ports (ABP) has invested GB£300,000 in a new rail service at a major UK port to help green its operations further.

  • Train
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    Transnet takes trucks off road

    2021-02-08T11:22:00Z

    Transnet has successfully carried out a rail project that supports the company''s strategy for a modal shift from road to rail to improve efficiency and reduce emissions.

  • coral relocation
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    Coral relocation plan protects marine life

    2021-02-08T10:52:00Z

    Abu Dhabi Ports has announced a major coral relocation and conservation project to protect marine life.

  • train engine
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    Eco train aids POLB clean air plan

    2021-02-05T17:10:00Z

    Investment in an ultra-low emissions locomotive engine by a Port of Long Beach (POLB) operator will contribute towards the San Pedro Bay Ports Clean Air Action Plan.

  • Bremerhaven container terminal
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    Eco certification for ports of Bremen

    2021-02-04T13:46:00Z

    The bremenports-managed ports of Bremen (Bremen and Bremerhaven ports) have achieved a key environmental certificate for the fifth time to reflect their commitment towards environmental sustainability.

  • Port of Singapore
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    Green port accolade for Port of Singapore

    2021-02-03T17:10:00Z

    The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has been recognised for its decarbonisation efforts in 2020 with an environmental award.

  • The Port of Seattle is committed to spurring on sustainable maritime businesses Photo: Port of Seattle
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    Seattle builds back sustainably

    2021-02-03T11:19:00Z

    A new year brings a new administration in the US and the promise to upgrade ports and ferry systems to support a more sustainable maritime ecosystem.

  • The Sealite lanterns are environmentally friendly and have low operating and maintenance costs Photo: Sealite
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    Kenya gets greener lighting

    2021-02-02T13:42:00Z

    Kenya’s largest port is benefitting from installing digital lighting at its entrance to reduce maintenance and increase energy efficiency.

  • APMT Elizabeth aims to reduce CO2 emissions by 45% in 2021 by embracing green power Photo: APM Terminals/Flickr
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    Green power use to cut port emissions

    2021-02-01T14:00:00Z

    A 45% reduction in emissions is in reach of one American terminal which has started to use green renewables including wind and solar power.

  • catamaran ferry
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    First zero-emissions ferry for South Korea

    2021-01-29T14:48:00Z

    Busan Port Authority’s first all-electric passenger ferry is a key step in South Korea’s plan to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050.

  • Port of Gothenburg ro-ro terminal
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    Shoreside power expansion in Sweden

    2021-01-29T14:24:00Z

    One Swedish port authority is working hard to increase the reach of its shoreside power system to further cut portside ship emissions.

  • MOL's 'Ishin' tug
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    Osaka Bay goes green with first LNG tug

    2021-01-28T15:30:00Z

    Osaka Bay''s first LNG tugboat has been working in Osaka Bay and the Seto Inland Sea in Japan, guiding large vessels since March 2020.

  • Ship to shore cranes
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    ABP GB£50m investment cuts emissions

    2021-01-27T17:17:00Z

    Associated British Ports (ABP) has completed a GB£50m container handling investment that has reduced carbon emissions, increased capacity and enabled a more efficient service.

  • Cuxport
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    German terminal digitalises customs

    2021-01-27T16:55:00Z

    HPC Hamburg Port Consulting has been helping a German terminal to digitalise and automate the customs clearance processes for import and export traffic with the UK to improve speed and efficiency.