Harley Marine N.Y. Receives EPA Award

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Harley Marine NY, a subsidiary company of Harley Marine Services has been selected to receive a 2010 U.S. Environmental Quality Award from the Environmental Protection Agency.  Harley Marine NY has demonstrated an outstanding commitment to protecting and enhancing environmental quality and public health.  This award is the highest recognition presented to the public by the EPA. 

In addition to exceeding compliance with local, state and federal environmental regulations and requirements, Harley Marine New York continues to lead the way with the following innovative and environmentally responsible programs: company-wide ISO 9001 and 14001 standardization for Safety and Environmental Management Systems; ABS SQE certification for our offices and tug boats; annually updated environmental objectives & targets for tug boats, barges, shop and office;  energy management plan to reduce fuel consumption; hazardous material reduction; company-wide recycling; and the reduction of NoX and particulate emissions by replacing older engines and generators on the HMS Liberty with EPA Tier II Compliant Cummins OSK-38 main engines and John Deere powered generator sets.

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