2005 Seaport Air Emissions Inventory
As part of its longstanding commitment to reduce air pollution from the operations of its seaport tenants, the Port of Oakland released its 2005 Seaport Air Emissions Inventory (Inventory) in August 2007. More Info.
Restoration and Park Development
The Port of Oakland is committed to environmental restoration as part
of its developments and operations. The Port has completed a number
of wetland projects around San Francisco Bay. View
Habitat Restoration and Park Development.
Since 1992, the Port has led a collaboration with over 40 of its tenant
industrial facilities to raise awareness about water pollution problems
and to insure specific measures are used to prevent these problems.
View Clean Water.
As part of the Cal/OSHA requirement we are expected to provide employees
with adequate life safety features such as clearly marked exits, fire
extinguishers and fire extinguishing systems, and evacuation procedures.
View Emergency Response.
The Port of Oakland has completed several projects that directly affect
the environment. View Completed Programs.