Stormwater Waste Management

Stormwater is the rain that falls on paved surfaces and flows as runoff which may contain pollutants to waterways. Small pollutants can add up to have a big impact on the water quality to these waterways. Therefore, the Port of Coos Bay is developing a Stormwater Waste Management Program to prevent, decrease and eradicate the effects of the polluted stormwater to the South Slough and the Coos Bay harbor. 

Charleston Marina Complex

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The Charleston Marina and Charleston Shipyard facilities have been certified as meeting rigorous pollution prevention standards of the State of Oregon Clean Marina Program. Both facilities have voluntarily adopted measures to control pollution associated with marina operations. 

To learn more about this program, please click on the Clean Marina Logo.

 

 

 

Best Management Practices

The Charleston Marina and Charleston Shipyard Facilities follow the Best Management Practices that was approved by the Port's commission and is reviewed consistently to ensure practices are followed for best environmentally friendly use of the facilities. Both of these can be downloaded below. 

Marina Best Management Practices
Shipyard Best Management Practices


Coos Bay Rail Line

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Coos Bay Rail Link (CBR) partners with Smartway Transport to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution that is created by freight transportation. It is a program run by the United States Environmental Protection agency. Through this program, CBR can improve efficiency of cargo through monitoring and analyzing freight supply chain operations. In addition, the Port and CBR strive to adopt fuel efficient technologies and environmentally friendly operational practices early on.