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Environmental Protection

  • Pollution Prevention
  • Soil and Sediment Remediation
  • Stormwater 
  • Jurisdictional Runoff Management Program
  • Copper Reduction Program
  • Alternative Hull Paints

Copper Reduction Program

The Port’s Copper Reduction Program will help to achieve compliance with regulatory requirements to reduce copper in the bay and the Shelter Island Yacht Basin.

 

 

 

Soil and Sediment Remediation

The Port of San Diego's Environmental Protection Department supports the Port's internal departments (Real Estate, Engineering, Safety and Marine Operations) on various environmental matters.

 

 

Stormwater

The urbanized areas around San Diego Bay and throughout the San Diego Bay Watershed require continual efforts to reduce or eliminate sources of pollution that can be carried by rainfall runoff to the bay.