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Posts tagged ‘Clean Marina’

3
Jun

DNR Certifies Two Clean Marinas in Baltimore and Anne Arundel Counties

Beautiful marina during sunset

Docked for Sunset by Adrian James Testa

Norman Creek in Middle River and Hidden Harbour in Deale are the latest facilities to be added to the growing list of Maryland Clean Marinas. The marinas earned the certifications for their work to prevent pollution and meet regulations for more sustainable operations.  Read more »

9
Apr

DNR Certifies Three New Clean Marinas in Cecil County

Sassafras Harbor, Bohemia Vista, and Hack’s Point are the latest Clean Marinas certified by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. The facilities earned the awards for their work to prevent pollution and meet regulations for more sustainable operations.  Read more »

12
Feb

DNR Certifies New Clean Marina in Baltimore County

Lee Dregier, past commodore of Crescent Yacht Club,  pictured with Mark O’Mally, Director of DNR Boating Services, and Program Manager Donna Morrow

Lee Dregier, past commodore of Crescent Yacht Club (L), with DNR Boating Services Director Mark O’Malley, and Clean Marina Program Manager Donna Morrow

The Crescent Yacht Club in Essex is the latest Clean Marina certified by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. The facility earned the award for its work to prevent pollution and meet regulations for more sustainable operations.    Read more »

21
Nov

DNR Seeking Top Clean Marina of 2013

Nomination deadline January 3

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is calling on marina customers, staff, marine contractors and the general public to help them choose the Clean Marina of the Year for 2013. Read more »

18
Sep

DNR Certifies New Clean Marinas in Baltimore and Dorchester Counties

Hyatt River Marsh Marina

Hyatt River Marsh Marina

The Baltimore Boating Center in Essex and the Hyatt River Marsh Marina in Cambridge are the newest Maryland Clean Marinas certified by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR). The facilities earned their awards after taking the necessary steps to prevent pollution and meet regulations that result in more sustainable operations.  Read more »

8
Apr

DNR Certifies New Clean Marina in Baltimore City

Marks 150th Maryland Clean Marina

The Crescent Marina

The Crescent Marina

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) certified The Crescent Marina in Fells Point a Maryland Clean Marina, marking the 150th facility currently fulfilling the initiative’s cleaner, greener standards. Read more »

19
Mar

DNR Certifies New Clean Marina in Calvert County

Photo from kbderrandson.com

KB Derr & Son, an independent marina and boatyard in Lusby, is the newest certified Maryland Clean Marina.  

“I decided to go for the award after I attended a Clean Marina workshop last winter,” said Owner Justin Derr. “I realized I would rather be proactive and adopt the best practices and permits for the industry.” Read more »

11
Feb

DNR Certifies New Clean Marina in Baltimore County

Stoney Creek Bridge Marina, a popular family-run facility in Baltimore is now a certified Maryland Clean Marina.

“Doing the Clean Marina program really wasn’t too hard,” said manager Chuck Miller. “Maryland Department of Natural Resources’ staff told me what we needed to do and I took care of it in a couple of months.” Read more »

16
Jan

Maryland Clean Marinas of the Year Announced

Winners located in Baltimore and Deale

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has selected the State’s cleanest, greenest most eco-friendly marinas and boatyards of 2012, naming four establishments Maryland Clean Marina of the Year based on their size and services. The winners are:

  • Small Marina:      Paradise Marina, Deale
  • Small Boatyard:   Rockhold Creek Marina, Deale
  • Large Marina:      Baltimore Marine Center Lighthouse Point, Baltimore
  • Large Boatyard:   Tidewater Yacht Service Center, Baltimore Read more »
12
Sep

Maryland Seeking Top Clean Marina for 2012 Award

Nomination deadline January 4, 2013

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is seeking nominations for its 2nd annual Maryland Clean Marina of the Year contest.

“Our goal is to hear from boaters, marine contractors, staff and citizens on the Maryland Clean Marinas that are excelling in their efforts to run a clean facility,” Program Coordinator said Donna Morrow. “This contest celebrates the excellent work of these businesses in protecting our natural resources and complying with often complex regulations.”

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