Deadline extended for Ports’ Clean Air Awards nominations
2010-05-17 · By Editor
The ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles have extended the deadline for nominations for the Third Annual CAAP Air Quality Awards. The awards program provides the ports with an opportunity to recognize the exemplary efforts of port operators who go beyond the requirements of the CAAP. Nominations are now due by May 21, 2010, and award recipients will be recognized this summer.
Nominations are accepted for port tenants operating at either the Port of Long Beach or the Port of Los Angeles, and other operators that serve the ports (e.g. shipping lines, trucking companies, rail operators) who have demonstrated, during the previous calendar year (2009), a strong commitment to reducing air pollution from port-related sources above and beyond the CAAP goals.
Only port tenants and other operators that serve the ports are eligible for this program; technology vendors are not eligible. Self-nominations will also be accepted.
Air Quality Awards will be offered in four categories:
- Air Quality Improvement Leadership at the Corporate Level
- Innovative Air Quality Improvement Technologies (demonstration, commercialization, implementation)
- Innovative Operations that Improve Air Quality
- Significant Early Action to Reduce Air Pollutant Emissions
Additionally, the ports may select a nomination that does not fit one of the above categories if the nominee’s actions resulted in a significant air quality improvement benefit.
Nominations are due by 4 p.m., May 21, 2010.
To submit a nomination online click here.
Alternatively you can download the nomination here, and submit your application (nomination form and project/program summary) by mailing or emailing your application to:
Port of Long Beach
Attn: Renee Moilanen
925 Harbor Plaza, Long Beach, CA 90802
Call 562.590.4160 or email email@example.com
Or Port of Los Angeles
Attn: Lisa Wunder
425 S. Palos Verdes Street, San Pedro, CA 90731
Call 310.732.7688 or email firstname.lastname@example.org