The Alaska Clean Harbor pledge states that a facility is actively working towards certification as an Alaska Clean Harbor. The pledge is signed by both the harbormaster and the owner of the facility. In many cases in Alaska the owner is the City, although there are some private marinas and harbors around the state. Below you’ll find links to the facilities in Alaska that are pledged or certified Alaska Clean Harbors.
Certified Alaska Clean Harbors
View a summary of Homer’s Clean Harbor activities leading to their certification: Homer Clean Harbors Summary
View a summary of Seward’s Clean Harbor activities leading to their certification: Seward Clean Harbors Summary
Pledged Clean Harbors
Haines Harbor (2012)
The Borough of Haines passed a resolution during the summer of 2012 in support of pursing Clean Harbors certification for the Small Boat Harbor. Rachel traveled to Haines in September and began working with Phil, Haines Harbormaster, on an action plan to achieve clean harbor certification.
Burkeshore Marina (2011)
Valdez Harbor (2011)
The City Council in Valdez passed a resolution that supports the Small Boat Harbor’s pursuit of Clean Harbor Certification through Alaska Clean Harbors. Work with the Valdez Small Boat Harbor on ACH Certification began in early-2013.