Dredging Today – Port of Oakland Rejects Proposals for New Terminal

From Dredging Today:

Port of Oakland Rejects Proposals for New Terminal

“The Port of Oakland Board of Commissioners last week voted to reject proposals to build a new dirty, dangerous coal and petroleum coke export facility at the Charles P. Howard Terminal in Oakland.

Citing environmental problems, public health hazards, economic pitfalls, and public opposition to the project, the Port Commissioners voted unanimously to reject two proposals that would have opened the Bay Area up to additional fossil fuel export facilities.”

Read the full article here: http://www.dredgingtoday.com/2014/03/03/port-of-oakland-rejects-proposals-for-new-terminal-usa/