Great Lakes-Seaway Shipping is Environmentally Smart

The Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River are precious, shared resources. Not only are they a marine highway, they are also a source of drinking water for millions of people, and a delicate ecosystem supporting diverse habitat and wildlife.

Great Lakes vessel operators, ports and terminals are all working to reduce their environmental footprint to help ensure that the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River remain healthy for future generations.

Select from the menu to read about the environmental benefits and performance initiatives taking place throughout the industry.

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