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Environmental Information 


MARAD Reports on Port and Shipping Safety and Environmental Protection

The U.S. Maritime Administration's Report #53, Report #54, Report #55, Report #56, Report #57 Report #58, Report #59Report #60Report #61, Report #62 Report#63 Report#64,   Report#65, Report#66, Report#67 Report#68, Report#69, Report#70, and Report#71, Report#72  on Port and Shipping Safety and Environmental Protection are available for review.  The Table of Contents, Summaries, and Chapters are in Adobe Acrobat format.  The Adobe Acrobat Reader can be downloaded free of charge by [clicking here].

The Office of Environmental Activities

                                          Brownfields

Shipyards may want to consider the potential use of Brownfields property. Since 1995, the EPA has funded over 120 Brownfields pilots at a cost of up to $200,000 each.

ISO 14000

The ISO 14000 series of standards being developed by ISO (International Organization for Standardization) brings a comprehensive systems-based approach which can be used by businesses and other organizations to manage the impact of their activities on the environment.

If you need additional information or you wish to supply additional information, please contact Michael Carter at:

U.S. Department of Transportation
Maritime Administration
MAR-820 Room 7209
400 Seventh Street, S.W.
Washington, DC  20590
Phone 202-366-9431
Fax: 202-366-6988

 

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