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  • 2019 Performance report

    Green Marine Annual Performance Report was released on June 16, 2020 and covers results for the 2019 year of operations. A total of 159 reports were submitted for 2019 with some participants filing for more than one type of business activity or distinct locations.  The overall average for the 2019 reporting remained steady at 2.9, which was not unexpected given the influx of new participants, new indicators and more stringent criteria.

  • 2018 Performance report

    Green Marine Annual Performance report was released on June 6, 2019 and covers results for the 2018 year of operations. A total of 144 reports were submitted for 2018 with some participants filing for more than one type of business activity or distinct locations. This 17% increase in evaluations over the previous year reflects the participants involving more aspects of their operations, which is a welcomed development. The overall average for the 2018 reporting dipped to 2.9 from 3.1 in 2017, which was not unexpected given the influx of new participants, new indicators and more stringent criteria. The 2018 results included the largest group of newly reporting participations since the program’s 2007 inception.

  • 2019 program criteria summary for terminals and shipyards

    These criteria will be use to assess Green Marine participants’ 2019 environmental performance.

  • 2019 program criteria summary for ports and Seaway corporations

    These criteria will be use to assess Green Marine participants’ 2019 environmental performance.

  • 2019 program criteria for ship owners

    These criteria will be use to assess Green Marine participants’ 2019 environmental performance.

  • 2017 Performance report

    Green Marine Annual Performance report was released on May 31st, 2018 and covers results for the 2017 year of operations. Green Marine’s participants obtained an overall average of 3.1 on a 1-to-5 scale that has Level 1 requiring the monitoring of regulations and Level 5 reflecting excellence and leadership. The overall average of the participants for all performance indicators has remained quite steady over the past few years, even though new indicators have been introduced and the criteria for existing indicators have been made significantly more demanding in several cases.

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