Elizabeth River Project Recognizes Tidewater Tank Terminal
On Thursday, January 26th, the Elizabeth River Project recognized Host's Tidewater Tank Terminal at the Annual River Star Businesses Recognition Luncheon for our dedication to both pollution prevention and wildlife habitat enhancement. Our pollution prevention measures include refurbishing tanks, loading efficiencies, and multiple storm water controls. Tidewater Tank Terminal uses double-hulled barges to reduce the risk of spills into the Elizabeth River. Our team also planted 53 native wax myrtles to restore wildlife habitats. Because of these efforts, we advanced to being “Achievement Level River Stars.”
Congratulations to our team at Tidewater Tank Terminal and thanks for all your hard work!
Terminal Manager Jonathan Foster and Regional Terminal Administrative Assistant Scarlett Nahas (below) accepted the award at today's luncheon.