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Ports Ask for Proposals to Reduce Vessels’ At-Berth Emissions
News ImageThe Port of Long Beach and Port of Los Angeles are soliciting proposals for new technology to reduce at-berth emissions for non-container vessels, such as tankers, vehicle carriers, bulk and general cargo ships.
(posted: 12/6/2017)
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Crews ‘Top Out’ Towers for Port of Long Beach’s New Bridge
News ImageState, local and federal officials were joined by construction crews today to celebrate the completion of the two 515-foot-tall towers for the new bridge under construction at the Port of Long Beach.
(posted: 12/5/2017)
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Port Studying Upgrades to Transmission Lines
News ImageThe Port of Long Beach has prepared the final environmental impact report for a proposal by Southern California Edison (SCE) to modify existing transmission and telecommunication lines to improve navigational safety in the Inner Harbor. The Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners will consider the EIR during a public hearing at its Dec. 11 regular meeting.
(posted: 12/1/2017)
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Port Awards $744,000 for Air Filters
News ImageThe Port of Long Beach today announced the award of $743,631 in grants to fund nine air filtration projects that will improve the health of children, seniors and other vulnerable populations who live near the Port.
(posted: 10/10/2017)
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Fifth Annual Port PHOTO Contest Winners Announced
News ImageThe Arts Council for Long Beach announced the winners of the fifth annual Port of Long Beach PHOTO Program competition on Friday evening, as the photography exhibit kicked off its gallery show at the Long Beach Museum of Art.
(posted: 10/9/2017)
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Port Could Benefit from Plastic Resin Export Growth
News ImageIt’s comeback time for one of the unlikeliest of commodities, and its growing use overseas could pay dividends for the Port of Long Beach.
Plastic resin, used to make everyday items like plastic wrap, shopping bags, consumer packaging and other plastic products, is seeing a resurgence.
(posted: 8/30/2017)
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