Waste Management

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The Merchant Shipping and Fishing Vessels (Port Waste Reception Facilities) regulations 2003 require all ports and terminal operators to provide waste reception facilities adequate to meet the needs of vessels using the Port or its terminals.

A Waste Management Plan has been prepared by all terminal operators and these have been collated into a single Port Plan, which is administered by the Port and approved by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency.

Shoreham Port has now implemented a Waste Management Plan approved by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency.

We continue to investigate recycling opportunities throughout the Port as part of our commitment to protecting the environment.

2016 Annual Report Timeline

Work begins on converting lights around the Port to LED energy efficient bulbs

Port staff are reminded of the importance of safety in the workplace with a thought provoking talk from Proud 2b Safe

Port assists Southwick Cricket Club and Shoreham Academy with the purchase of new cricket nets for the community

Chief Executive, Rodney Lunn is elected as Chairman of the British Ports Association

Community gathers to welcome HMS Shoreham back to the Port

Port thanks customers at annual raceday at Fontwell Park

Hundreds enjoy unique behind-the-scenes boat tour of the Port

The new wind turbines become fully operational

Port staff help complete Mile Oak Primary science bus project

Port celebrates prestigious environmental award for investigating and responding to an odour and oil seepage in the sea at Portslade Beach

The Engineering team successfully replace the sluice valve at the south east corner of the Prince Phillip Lock

Shoreham Port shows it support to Brighton & Hove City Mission Food Bank as their chosen Christmas Charity for 2016

Shoreham Port Speed Limit