The Port of Vancouver USA will make the following adjustment to the terminal Tariff No. 6 effective Jan. 1, 2019. Click here to view changes.
The Port of Vancouver USA is dedicated to environmental stewardship. By incorporating sound environmental practices into our operations, the port is taking a leadership role in protecting our natural resources, while at the same time strengthening the region’s economy. We do this through:
Tenant Environmental Management Program
The port’s Tenant Environmental Management Program (TEMP) is a comprehensive approach to minimizing the environmental impacts associated with the port’s 50-plus industrial tenants. This award-winning process assesses a tenant’s environmental needs prior to entering into a lease with the port and remains in place through the end of the lease term.
Twice a year, we produce an electronic newsletter highlighting some of our environmental stories. You can Subscribe to Solstice newsletter here!
The port works closely with the Washington State Department of Ecology to ensure site cleanup activities are conducted in a timely manner and in accordance with the Model Toxic Control Act (MTCA), and other applicable laws and regulations. Ecology provides technical and regulatory oversight and shares the cost of investigation and cleanup under the Remedial Action Grants Program. The port is also committed to pursuing cost recovery from the industrial parties responsible for the contamination.
Learn about the Fruit Valley TCE cleanup.
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