June 6, 2019
Green Marine 2018 Results
In it’s first year of participation, Waterson Terminal Services has reached certification into the Green Marine program. Green Marine, the leading environmental certification program for North America’s maritime industry, released the results of its participants’ sustainability efforts in 2018 at the organization’s annual GreenTech conference earlier today.
June 3, 2019
Save The Bay - Narragansett Bay
It's a beautiful day for a planting! Many thanks to this Citrin Cooperman volunteer team for helping us improve our buffer by planting native grass donated by ProvPort / Waterson Terminal Services.
Dec 18, 2018
Waterson Terminal Services enters Green Marine environmental certification program
PROVIDENCE – Waterson Terminal Services is joining Green Marine environmental certification program for its stevedoring and terminal operations at ProvPort. Green Marine is a leading North American environmental certification program for the maritime transportation industry. The program is a voluntary initiative to surpass regulatory requirements within the maritime industry.
Oct 26, 2018
Adaptability yields growth
PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS - HANDS-ON APPROACH: Chris Waterson, left, general manager of Waterson Terminal Services at the Port of Providence, speaks with Gabriel Spych, services supervisor. In the background is the Nikos N, out of Chennai, India, carrying hand-cut cobblestones from India. Waterson said every WTS customer receives hands-on management on a day-to-day basis. (PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO)
August 15, 2018
Waterson Terminal Services expands stevedoring to two more local ports
PROVIDENCE – Waterson Terminal Services will expand its stevedoring services to two additional ports in Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts, the company announced Wednesday. The company is now licensed to offer the services of longshoremen at New Bedford Marine Commerce Terminal and the Port of Davisville at Quonset Business Park. Waterson now provides both management services and stevedoring at the Port of Providence.
May 30, 2018
Deepwater Wind to invest $250 million in Rhode Island to build utility-scale offshore wind farm
PROVIDENCE -- Deepwater Wind will invest $250 million in Rhode Island and use a local workforce of more than 800 to build a utility-scale offshore wind farm that would be able to meet the electric needs of 200,000 households in the state, CEO Jeffrey Grybowski and Governor Gina Raimondo announced Wednesday morning.
May 30, 2018
Deepwater Wind: $250M wind farm to create 50 jobs, power 200K homes
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) -- Rhode Island officials hope a new $250-million offshore wind farm will not only power tens of thousands of homes, but also make the state a leader in the nation's wind energy industry.
Sep 7, 2017
New waterfront walking path unveiled in Providence
Mayor Jorge O. Elorza met with representatives of Save The Bay and ProvPort Inc. Thursday to announce a newly developed waterfront walking path at ProvPort. The pathway will be open to the public, and is designed for walking, bird watching, fishing, dog walking and photography. The trail will not have any public facilities.
Sep 7, 2017
CRMC, ProvPort, Save The Bay open newest Urban Coastal Greenway
The Rhode Island Coastal Resources Management Council, along with ProvPort, the City of Providence and Save The Bay, will open more green space and public access along the waterfront in the city with the creation of an Urban Coastal Greenway (UCG) at an old landfill situated between ProvPort and Save The Bay headquarters.
Sep 7, 2017
New waterfront walking path unveiled at ProvPort
Officials at ProvPort and Save The Bay on Thursday unveiled a new public walking path with a stunning view of Narragansett Bay on a decommissioned landfill off of Allens Avenue.
May 24, 2017
Ports in RI, CT, MA, plot course to deal with changing shipping industry
Cargo ships are growing. Shipping rates have plunged. Ports are expanding across the East Coast. What do those and other changes mean for New England ports and Rhode Island businesses? That was one of the questions industry experts mulled Wednesday at Bryant University's World Trade Day. "If New England ports continue to focus on areas where they have a competitive advantage, there is a bright future for them," John Reeve, president and founder of Reeve & Associates.