EcoPorts Green your Port, Join EcoPorts

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EcoPorts is the main environmental initiative of the European port sector. It was initiated by a number of proactive ports in 1997 and has been fully integrated into the European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO) since 2011. The overarching principle of EcoPorts is to raise awareness on environmental protection through cooperation and sharing of knowledge between ports and improve environmental management.
Self Diagnosis Method (SDM)
Complete an SDM and influence the European benchmark
SDM is a concise checklist against which port managers can self-assess the environmental management programme of the port in relation to the performance of both the sector and international standards.
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Port Environmental Review System (PERS)
Apply for PERS - The only recognised port-sector specific standard
Developed by ports themselves, PERS has firmly established its reputation as the only port sector specific environmental management standard.
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Latest
EcoPorts

This is a list of the latest EcoPorts members that have either joined or renewed their status.

Port of Ystad - Sweden
14 Jun 2024
Harwich Haven Authority - United Kingdom
10 Jun 2024
Peterhead Port Authority - United Kingdom
03 Jun 2024
Dublin Port Company - Ireland
31 May 2024
Foyle Port - United Kingdom
22 Apr 2024
Ports of Stockholm - Sweden
19 Apr 2024
Port of Oulu - Finland
09 Apr 2024
Baku International Sea Trade Port CJSC - Azerbaijan
29 Mar 2024
Montrose Port Authority - United Kingdom
11 Mar 2024
Bulgarian Ports Infrastructure Company - Port of Varna - Bulgaria
14 Feb 2024
Bulgarian Ports Infrastructure Company - Port of Burgas - Bulgaria
14 Feb 2024
Port of Aalborg - Denmark
12 Feb 2024

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EcoPorts in numbers

Countries represented 27
EcoPorts members 90
Total SDM entries 700
Pers certified ports 33
ISO certified ports 54

How to join the EcoPorts network and use SDM and PERS

Read about how to join the network and get the full benefits of the provided services