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On September 4, 2019, Nakhodka Marine Trade Port CEO Vladimir Grigoriev joined the Environmental Aspects of Coal Transfer in the Far East discussion panel at the 5th Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok. This event resulted in a resolution to establish an industry environmental association to supervise the implementation of the President of Russia’s decrees to ensure that the environmental conditions support health and well-being of the residents of the Russian Far East.

In summer 2019, Nakhodka Marine Trade Port started the construction of treatment facilities at its terminals.  Overall investments in this project will exceed 1 billion rubles.

Nakhodka Marine Trade Port received a new harbor tag that will become the third tugboat in its fleet. The purchase of the new tugboat is a part of Nakhodka MTP modernization program.

Nakhodka Marine Trade Port received a positive State Environmental Assessment of its documentation on the “Feasibility study of operations in internal waters and territorial sea of the Russian Federation”. Southern Federal District authority of Rosprirodnadzor issued a compliance certificate valid for 5 years.

Nakhodka Trade Sea Port reported the progress of its comprehensive technology upgrade program focused on implementing the most environmentally friendly cargo transfer technologies.

In the fall of 2018, Nakhodka Trade Sea Port CEO Vladimir Grigoriev went to Japan to visit two major steelmaking and coke manufacturing companies, Kobe Steel and Kansai Coke and Chemicals. During the visit, Japanese partners shared their best practices in dust suppression and the use of the best available environmental protection technologies with Nakhodka port executive.

The Clean Seas Environmental Foundation presented the results of the independent audit of environmental protection initiatives of Nakhodka Trade Sea Port

Nakhodka Trade Sea Port will continue working on the prevention of Nakhodka air harborage pollution using the latest high-technology equipment. In early March, the port has signed an agreement with the Government of Primorsky Krai