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Welcome to Port Compliance.org!

This web site was put together as part of a port industry focus group effort (read the "About"). This tool emphases environmental, land-based, regulatory issues facing port tenants and authorities. Included are common port operations cross referenced with regulatory requirements; audit program incentive opportunities; enforcement case studies and updates; inspector checklists. To demonstrate the beyond compliance arena we've included guidance on environmental management systems, diesel retrofit and other good practices and community outreach initiatives. We hope the material within encourages you to network with other ports and authorities who have environmental programs in place. To do so simply click on "Ports & Associations" and/or look for resources produced by ports within the various categories.

Also Visit:Transportation Environmental Resource Center for port and vessel compliance assistance.
Border Center.orgTo get more information about Environmental Border Compliance, please visit


Contact Information: For port sector compliance assistance, contact Linda Longo, EPA, Region 2, 212-637-3565, or Bill Chenevert, The Border Center, 734-995-7989, wchenevert@ncms.org

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The information contained in this site is provided for your review and convenience. It is not intended to provide legal advice with respect to any federal, state, or local regulation. You should consult with legal counsel and appropriate authorities before interpreting any regulations or undertaking any specific course of action.

Please note that many of the regulatory discussions on Port Compliance refer to federal regulations. In many cases, states or local governments have promulgated relevant rules and standards that are different and/or more stringent than the federal regulations. Therefore, to assure full compliance, you should investigate and comply with all applicable federal, state and local regulations.