Port of Los Angeles Sets New Record for Cutting Nitrogen Oxides Emissions

by Port of Los Angeles on September 5, 2018
Port of Los Angeles Air Emission

Port of Los Angeles 2017 Inventory of Air Emissions shows the Port set new record lows for emissions reductions while its container volume reached an all-time high of 9.34 million Twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs).

Overall, the 2017 findings show the Port has maintained or exceeded the dramatic clean air progress it has made over the last 12 years, and has now met all of its 2023 Clean Air Action Plan (CAAP) goals. Diesel particulate matter (DPM) remains down 87 percent, and sulfur oxides (SOx) remain down 98 percent.

For more information, read the "press release" or download the "Port of Los Angeles 2017 Inventory of Air Emissions Report."