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Emissions Inventory Documents

Emissions Inventory resultsThe Port of Long Beach is committed to reducing air quality impacts associated with goods movement. Each year the Port conducts an annual inventory of air emissions from port-related sources, using the latest data and methodologies, to track progress for improving air quality and reducing health risks to surrounding communities, compared to 2005 levels.

In 2013, all of the key air pollutants from port-related sources were reduced. In addition to an 82 percent drop in diesel emissions, smog-forming nitrogen oxides and sulfur oxides have been cut 54 percent and 90 percent respectively from 2005 levels. Greenhouse gases were lowered by 20 percent. The reduction in pollutants came despite an increase of 0.3% in containerized cargo activity in the same period.

2011 Emissions Inventory

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2010 Emissions Inventory

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2009 Emissions Inventory

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2008 Emissions Inventory

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2007 Emissions Inventory

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2006 Emissions Inventory

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2005 Emissions Inventory

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2002 Emissions Inventory


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