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October 14, 2019

Port of Galveston joins Green Marine certification program

Galveston, Texas, Oct. 14, 2019 – The Port of Galveston is going green with a number of environmental initiatives, including membership in Green Marine, the leading voluntary environmental program for North America’s maritime industry. “Joining Green Marine will help us identify and implement best practices, manage our environmental initiatives, measure our progress and strive for […]

Port of Galveston joins Green Marine certification program
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2019 Board of Directors
July 19, 2019

2019 Board of Directors

Green Marine took advantage of GreenTech 2019 in Cleveland to hold its Annual General Meeting. Ron Tursi, the president of Guardian Ship Management, was named chairman of Green Marine’s board of directors for the coming year. Mark Collins, president and CEO of the British Columbia Ferry Services Inc. (BC Ferries), was elected as a new […]

Green Marine welcomes Plastic Oceans Foundation Canada as a new supporter
July 12, 2019

Green Marine welcomes Plastic Oceans Foundation Canada as a new supporter

Plastic Oceans Foundation Canada (POC) was established after the release of the critically acclaimed A Plastic Ocean documentary to eradicate plastic pollution from the nation’s waterways. Focusing primarily on education, POC Canada has worked with like-minded organizations to elevate social consciousness about the impacts of waste plastic on waterways. With this matter now reaching critical […]

We’ve made the shortlist, and now we need your Safety4Sea vote, please!
July 11, 2019

We’ve made the shortlist, and now we need your Safety4Sea vote, please!

Green Marine’s environmental certification program has been put on the shortlist of nominees for one this year’s Safety4Sea Awards. Green Marine is on this year’s shortlist for the Safety4Sea Sustainability Award ! Have you voted yet? If not, your support is a few clicks away. Thank you in advance for helping us to make Green Marine’s environmental certification program known worldwide…

A new Green Marine partner: Triton Environmental Consultants
June 28, 2019

A new Green Marine partner: Triton Environmental Consultants

Triton Environmental Consultants Ltd. offers a wide cross-section of professional services for its numerous and varied clientele, bringing a wealth of experience to all of its projects. Triton’s services include: Feasibility and constraints analysis Environmental assessment and permitting Aquatic assessments Terrestrial and marine assessments Water quality Habitat offsetting and compensation planning Environmental management Compliance monitoring […]

Green Marine welcomes a new partner specialized in marine coating
June 19, 2019

Green Marine welcomes a new partner specialized in marine coating

Graphite Innovation & Technologies is an advanced nanotechnology intellectual property (IP) firm dedicated to delivering innovative uses for graphene and graphite technologies. The firm is focused on the higher commercial value of graphene by transferring its intrinsic properties into other materials and products with specifically enhanced characteristics. GrapheneCoat is an anti-biofouling marine coating that protects […]

Khtada Environmental Services Limited Partnership becomes partner
June 18, 2019

Khtada Environmental Services Limited Partnership becomes partner

Khtada Environmental Services Limited Partnership (Khtada) is a partnership that was formalized in 2014 between the Metlakatla Development Corporation (MDC) and Triton Environmental Consultants Ltd. (Triton) to deliver environmental consulting services along British Columbia’s northern coast. MDC is an independent business arm wholly owned by the Metlakatla First Nation and has been working for the […]

The Green Wave

Green Marine’s newsletter is released every two months and presents all relevant information regarding the environmental program. It also showcases best practices and green initiatives.

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May 2019
  • Sustainable Cleveland 2019: a decade of positive changes
  • The Seaway at 60 embraces new technologies
  • Venturing into decarbonizing alternatives