Green Marine Welcomes Newcomers
Green Marine, a joint Canada-U.S. initiative aimed at implementing a marine industry environmental program throughout North America, has released its latest newsletter welcoming two new participants and a new supporter:
The Waterfront Petroleum Terminal Company is part of Warner Petroleum Corporation. The company, based at the Port of Detroit, markets, handles and transports petroleum products throughout the Great Lakes region, and services commercial marine, governmental, construction and manufacturing enterprises.
West Coast Reduction’s terminal tank farm in the Port of Vancouver is among the largest such independent facilities in North America with a storage capacity of more than 83,000 metric tonnes. Animal fats, regular and kosher canola oil, vegetable oils and biodiesel from Western Canada’s agriculture and agri-foods sector are stored, handled and shipped for manufacturers worldwide.
The Washington Department of Ecology has the mission is to protect Washington State’s environment, public health and safety through a comprehensive Spill Prevention, Preparedness and Response Program. The program works with communities, industry, state and federal agencies, tribes and other partners to prevent and prepare for oil spills. The program also responds to oil and hazardous-material spills 24/7 from six offices located throughout the state, and works to assess and restore environmental damage resulting from spills.
The products and services herein described in this press release are not endorsed by The Maritime Executive.