CEO of Firmelements, Eric Griffin answers questions with a panel of four at the Sustaining the Seas Summit June 8th, 2023 on how the latest technology is being used to protect ocean habitats. Mr. Griffin answered questions on organic water based oceanic fertilizer alternatives for inland growers to restore the watersheds, surface and ground water runoff drainage into ocean habitats. All ocean based products are certified for organic use and have a neutral or cleaner impact when entering the harbor or coastal waterways.
We help you meet these performance indicators for Watersheds, Waterways, Ports and Seaways.
PI (3) Spill Prevention and Stormwater Management – Prevent spills and leaks of pollutants and manage stormwater to minimize contamination into the environment (water and land).
PI (5) Community Impacts – Reduce potential community exposure and negative impacts due to nuisances (eg., noise, dust, light, chemicals) caused by the participant’s operations.
PI (6) Environmental Leadership – Recognize the significant influence of port authorities and Seaway corporations as landowners and/or managers over the environmental practices of their tenants and/or users.
PI (9) Community Relations – Maintain or improve the quality of relations with the various community stakeholders through open and transparent communications.
PI(10) Aquatic Ecosystems (Optional in 2023) – Improve the health of aquatic ecosystems in the port’s immediate & extended watershed zones of influence. Example (Santa Clara River; Zone 2)