The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Broward County’s Port Everglades (PEV) signed a partnership agreement (see link at bottom of page) in 2016 to study air emissions in a seaport scenario to inform sustainable development. Through this partnership, EPA and PEV agreed to work together to develop baseline and future year emission inventories and to evaluate various effective technology and operational strategy scenarios for seaports.
Press Release: Port Everglades Partners with EPA to Study Air Emissions EXIT
Broward County's Port Everglades 2015 Baseline Air Emissions Inventory
Earlier in 2017, Port Everglades reached a major milestone of this partnership: The completion of the 2015 Baseline Air Emissions Inventory. This inventory includes emissions from ocean-going vessels, harbor vessels, cargo handling equipment, onroad vehicles, and rail operations.
Presentation: 2017 Southern Transportation & Air Quality Summit
In August 2017, EPA presented an update on this partnership to the Southern Transportation & Air Quality Summit’s (STAQS) Freight and Fuels Session. This presentation included a summary of Broward County’s Port Everglades 2015 Baseline Air Emissions Inventory and an overview of EPA’s ongoing work on this project. The link to slides for the presentation can be found below.You may need Adobe Reader to view files on this page. See EPA’s About PDF page to learn more.