HOPA Ports has released its Summary Report of Sustainable Actions in 2020. The annual report outlines HOPA’s ongoing commitment to transparency, and explores what the port does, how it interacts with the community, and how decisions are made to support social, environmental and economic sustainability.
It is also an opportunity to celebrate successes. HOPA’s network of sustainable ports are the product of the hard work and collaboration of HOPA staff, neighborhood partners, non-profit organizations, government and industry colleagues.
Cover art for the 2020 Sustainability report was created by Oshawa artist, Dani Crosby.
Sustainability Report Highlights
- The Port of Hamilton welcomed 571 vessels in 2020.
- HOPA engineers were busy in 2020, with $30 million in capital projects in Hamilton, leveraging millions of dollars in private sector investment, and improving the transportation capacity of Ontario’s largest port.
- HOPA planed new Service Berry trees outside of the Hamilton head office at 605 James St. North. These native trees, planted in partnership with Humble Bee, are part of the port’s growing pollinator corridor.
- HOPA’s EV charging stations saved a total of 3,500 kg of greenhouse gases in 2020, the equivalent to planting 58 trees.
- HOPA’s cash and in-kind donations in 2020 totaled $248,142.
Read the full report at www.hopaports.ca