Pasha Hawaii Receives 2014 Environmental Achievement Award
At a dinner ceremony in the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C. on November 17th, the Chamber of Shipping of America (CSA) awarded Certificates of Environmental Achievement to ships and crews that demonstrated environmental excellence.
For the ninth year, Pasha Hawaii’s Jean Anne received this distinguished honor, continuing its longstanding, exemplary track record. Pasha Hawaii also received the Jones F. Devlin Award, recognizing two years of safety performance with no lost-time injuries.
Joseph J. Cox, President of CSA said, “These awards celebrate the dedication to environmental excellence of our seafarers and the company personnel shoreside who operate our vessels to the highest standards. In today’s world, it seems our industry only gets front-page news when spills or other environmental problems occur. It is encouraging to see how many vessels go for years achieving environmental excellence. It should be clear to the American public that we in the maritime industry take our stewardship of the marine environment very seriously.”
George W. Pasha, IV, Pasha Hawaii President, added, “Our team is committed to maintaining the highest level of safety and environmental responsibility at sea and ashore. We are extremely proud of our Captains, crew members, and operations staff for their ongoing dedication and teamwork, and we look forward to the new Marjorie C joining this list of esteemed vessels and crews.”