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A Voluntary Environmental Certification Program For the Maritime Industry Overview for Washington Public Ports Association Environment Meeting, September 24th, 2015 in Ocean Shores, WA Eleanor Kirtley, Green Marine West Coast Program Manager


GREEN MARINE IS… Sous-titre de la diapo bacon

A voluntary certification program to reduce environmental footprint of marine operations by • exceeding regulatory compliance • promoting a culture of continuous improvement

A benchmarking tool to measure performance A partnership initiative involving stakeholders


PORTS (6) • Seattle • Longview • Prince Rupert SHIP OWNERS (4) • Nanaimo • BC Ferries • Victoria • Seaspan ULC • Vancouver, BC • SMIT Canada TERMINALS (9) • North Arm • Neptune Transportation • Ridley • DP World Prince Rupert SHIPYARDS (3) • Vancouver • Squamish Drydock • Fraser Surrey Docks • Vancouver • Westridge Terminal Shipyard Kinder Morgan Canada • Pacific Coast Terminals • Victoria • Vanterm and Deltaport – Shipyards Global Container Terminals • Westview – Pinnacle


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ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAM & CERTIFICATION PROCESS


ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES 2015 Ship owners

Ports & Term’s

Aquatic Invasive species

1

1

Air emissions (SOx and PM)

2

-

Air emissions (NOx)

3

-

Greenhouse gases (GHG)

4

2

Cargo residues

5

-

Oily water

6

-

Garbage management

7

-

Prevention of spills and leaks

-

3

Dry bulk handling and storage

-

4

Community impacts (dust, noise, light, odors)

-

5

Environmental leadership

-

6

Performance Indicators


PERFORMANCE INDICATOR For each environmental issue, performance is evaluated from Level 1 to Level 5:

1 2

3 4 5

• Regulation monitoring process in place • Systematic use of a defined number of best practices • Integrated management systems & quantifiable understanding of environmental impacts • Introduction of new technologies

• Excellence and leadership


CERTIFYING ENVIRONMENTAL EXCELLENCE The Green Marine certification process is made up of 4 steps:

Self Evaluation

External Verification

Results Publication

Certification

• Annual selfevaluation requiring CEO sign-off

• Third party verification every two years

• Annual Performance Report

• Exceeding regulatory compliance • Demonstrating continuous improvement


PROGRAM SUMMARY


SELF EVALUATION GUIDE


SELF EVALUATION FORM Due by April 1st Signed by CEO


EXTERNAL VERIFICATION Due May 11th, 2015 1ST Self-Evaluation year and then every-other year following

13 Accredited Verifiers for 2014 Experienced with Vessel Ops, ISM / ISO Compliance Auditing, and Environmental

Yearly training in Green Marine program Recruiting for 2015 On-site audit reviews documentation


CERTIFICATION  Level 1 in all environmental issues plus Level 2 in one issue

 Continual Improvement by one level each year until Level 2 in all environmental issues

Beyond Level 2, demonstrate measurable year-over-year improvement


PUBLICATION OF RESULTS

2014 Performance Report is online


GreenTech 2015 May 27 – 29, Seattle, WA

185 Attendees from >140 Organizations 40+ Speakers – Presentations and Photos are Online!


MEMBERSHIP, LEADERSHIP, & COLLABORATION


PORTS (31) Canadian Great Lakes & St Lawrence Seaway Hamilton Port Authority Montreal Port Authority Port of Valleyfield Quebec Port Authority Saguenay Port Authority Sept-Îles Port Authority Thunder Bay Port Authority Toronto Port Authority Trois-Rivières Port Authority Windsor Port Authority Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation (U.S) St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation (Canada) Port of Bécancour, QC

US Great Lakes

US West Coast

Duluth Seaway Port Authority Illinois International Port District Ports of Indiana – Burns Harbor Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Port Authority Port of Milwaukee Port of Monroe, Michigan

Port of Seattle Port of Longview

US Gulf Coast Port of Gulfport Port Everglades Port of New Orleans

Atlantic Canada Halifax Port Authority Saint John Port Authority St. John’s Port Authority

Canadian West Coast Greater Victoria Harbour Authority Nanaimo Port Authority Port Metro Vancouver Prince Rupert Port Authority


TERMINALS (34) AND SHIPYARDS (3) Bunge of Canada Ceres Terminals Inc. DP World Prince Rupert Empire Stevedoring Company Limited Federal Marine Terminals Fraser Surrey Docks GCT Global Container Terminals Groupe Desgagnés (Relais Nordik SeptÎles) Imperial Oil (Esso) IOC (Iron Ore Company, Sept-Îles) Logistec Corporation Marine Atlantic Inc. Marine Recycling Corporation McAsphalt Industries Limited Montreal Gateway Terminals Partnership Neptune Terminals Norcan Petroleum Group Northern Stevedoring Ocean Industries (shipyard)

Pacific Coast Terminals Pinnacle Renewable Energy (Westview Terminal) Porlier Express Richardson International Ridley Terminals Inc. Rio Tinto Alcan (Port-Alfred) Seaspan ULC (shipyards) Squamish Terminals Sterling Marine Fuels (Windsor Terminal) Suncor (Montreal Refinery) Termont Montreal Tidal Coast Terminals, Ltd. Valero (Jean-Gauvin Refinery) Valleytank Valport Kinder Morgan Canada (Westridge Terminal) Westshore Terminals Yellowline Asphalt Products Limited


SHIP OWNERS (27) Tug & Barge, OSVs

Cargo, Bulk Carrier, Tanker, RoRo

Atlantic Towing Limited Seaspan ULC McAsphalt Marine Transportation Ltd. McKeil Marine North Arm Transportation Ocean Group SMIT Marine Canada Inc SVITZER Canada

Algoma Central Corporation Canada Steamship Lines CSL Americas CSL Australia CSL Europe Canfornav Groupe Desgagnés Oceanex TBS Shipping Services Inc./Roymar Ship Management Fednav Limited Lower Lakes Towing Limited

Ferries BC Ferries Société des Traversiers du Québec Cogema Owen Sound Transportation CTMA Group Marine Atlantic Inc. Croisières AML

Research Reformar


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New supporters

• Ocean Networks Canada • Puget Sound Clean Air Agency • Great Lakes Maritime Research Institute • Pacific Salmon Foundation • Center of Excellence for Marine Manufacturing & Technology


SUPPORTERS (50) encourage and support Green Marine’s sustainable development initiative undertaken by the

Associations (18)

maritime industry. serve as ambassadors for the program and promote its continued growth.

WASHINGTON MARITIME FEDERATION


GREEN MARINE AND AAPA Memorandum of Understanding: To Advance the Environmental Sustainability of Seaports • Recognizes the credibility of Green Marine

• Encourages port authorities and marine/intermodal terminals to participate • Establishes working relationship to advance environmental protection at seaports


PARTNERS (70) Suppliers of services, products, technology and/or equipment that offer environmental advantages or opportunities to help Green Marine participants to improve their environmental performance Industry Service & Technology Providers ABB Turbocharging Abate Energy Group American Chemical Technologies Bell Marine & Mill Supply Britmar Power CKS Energy Solutions Conflow Technologies Drew Marine Ecospray Technologies S.R.L Envirolin Canada Environmental Solutions Inc. Filtramax Hermont Marine InnovMarine Inc. International Paint Ionada Marine and Offshore Canada Jastram Technologies Ltd KRAL Marine and Offshore Canada Marine Clean Ltd. Moran Coastal & Ocean Resources, Inc. MSi3D OpDAQ Systems Pronova Systems Inc. RBM HoldSolutions RSC Bio Solutions Schneider Electric Scott’s Marine Interiors Seagulf Marine Industries Inc.

S.I.G.E.I.M Inc. Techsol Marine Terragon Environmental Technologies Thordon Bearings Inc. Total Marine Solutions Inc. True North Marine Urgence Marine Inc. Uson Marine AB VapCor Inc. Vickers Oil Wärtsilä Canada Class Societies, Verification, & Vetting American Bureau of Shipping Canadian International Bureau of Shipping DNV-GL Lloyd’s Register Marine North America Rightship Americas Shippers, Logistics, & Ship Managers Aluminerie Alouette K+S Windsor Salt Ltd. Quickload CEF V. Ships Canada Inc. Pilotage Authorities Atlantic Pilotage Authority Corp. des pilotes du St-Laurent Central Corporation of Lower St. Lawrence Pilots Great Lakes Pilotage Authority Laurentian Pilotage Authority

Pacific Pilotage Authority Puget Sound Pilots Energy Companies BG Group Gaz Metro Pacific Northwest LNG Stolt LNGaz Engineering and Environmental Consultants Concept Naval Envirochem Glosten Groupe-Conseil Génipur inc. Hemmera Moffat & Nichol PESCA Environnement Roche SNC-Lavalin Environment Ventus Development Services Inc. WSP Canada R&D, Response, Training Human Resources Sectorial Committee of the Maritime Industry (CSMOIM) Georgian College’s Great Lakes International Marine Training Centre Maritime Innovation Western Canada Marine Response Corporation


LEADERSHIP & GOVERNANCE Board of Directors Green Marine Management Corporation

St. Lawrence Advisory Comm

Great Lakes Advisory Comm

Underwater Noise Workgroup Ship owners Technical Comm Other Technical Committees

West Coast Advisory Comm


LEADERSHIP & GOVERNANCE 2015 Board of Directors  Terence Bowles, President & CEO (Treasurer) St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation

 Stephen Edwards, CEO Global Container Terminals, Inc

 William D. Friedman, President & CEO Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Port Authority

 Paul Gourdeau, President (Chair) Federal Marine Terminals

 Don Krusel, President & CEO (ViceChair) Prince Rupert Port Authority

 Allister Paterson, President Canada Steamship Lines

 Jim Quinn, President & CEO Saint John Port Authority

 Ron Tursi, President Roymar Ship Management


RESULTS, UPDATES & RECOGNITION


IMPROVING PERFORMANCE & INCREASING MEMBERSHIP


ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES under revision for 2016 Ship owners

Ports & Term’s

Invasive species

1

1

Air emissions (SOx and PM)

2

-

Air emissions (NOx)

3

-

Greenhouse gases (GHG)

4

2

Cargo residues

5

-

Oily water

6

-

Garbage management – New!

7

3

Prevention of spills and leakages

-

4

Dry bulk handling and storage

-

5

Community impacts (dust, noise, light, odors)

-

6

Environmental leadership

-

7

Underwater Noise – New!

8

8

Performance Indicators


NEW STAFF & AWARD

Project Manager – Marine Habitat Veronique Nolet In Quebec City From Support by TC To Lead efforts on Underwater Noise


MAGAZINE


NEWSLETTER

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VALUE PROPOSITION  Roadmap and Action Plan to benchmark and improve environmental performance  Cost-effective way to implement a third party sustainability initiative  Eligibility for incentives at PMV & PRPA  Access to a network of environmental best practices and professionals (clients and colleagues)  Maintain social license to operate  Opportunity to direct and lead the program  Recognition and visibility


CONTACT INFO: ELEANOR KIRTLEY West Coast Program Manager eleanor.kirtley@green-marine.org 206-409-3943 DAVID BOLDUC Executive director david.bolduc@green-marine.org 418-649-6004 ext. 300


EXTRA


New members – ship owners Sous-titre de la diapo bacon

BC Ferries

Marine Atlantic

CSL Australia

Owen Sound Transportation Company


New members – ports Sous-titre de la diapo bacon

Port Everglades

Port of Longview

Port of New Orleans


New members – terminals Sous-titre de la diapo bacon GCT Global Container Terminals

Yellowline Asphalt Products Ltd.

Tidal Coast Terminals Ltd.

Richardson International (Hamilton)

WPPA 2015 Env Seminar - Green Marine, Kirtley  
WPPA 2015 Env Seminar - Green Marine, Kirtley  
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