GO GREEN! Red and White Fleet's Zero Emission Hydrogen Ferry Passes Feasibility Study

GO GREEN! Red and White Fleet's Zero Emission Hydrogen Ferry Passes Feasibility Study

The notion of a high-speed, zero-emission passenger ferry has been dismissed by some as science fiction. But the prospects for hydrogen-powered clean ferries are now looking up, buoyed by a recent feasibility study and the support of Red and White Fleet, one of the Bay Area’s ferry operators.

Chloe Fine Arts

Chloe Fine Arts

The Wharf's own Chloe Fine Arts has been featured as an Energy Efficiency Champion by SF Environment's Energy Watch program for being the first art gallery to switch to LED lighting through the  program. Learn how you too can benefit from this program, and be part of the growing energy efficient community at Fisherman’s Wharf.

Fish Revolution

Fish Revolution

Since 2008 Fish Revolution has partnered with industry members in every area of the seafood supply chain to shift millions of dollars of annual revenue away from harmful fishing and aquaculture practices. In 2011 they partnered with Fog Harbor Fish House to establish the first 100% sustainable seafood restaurant on PIER 39. Fish Revolution also joined Pier Market, Wipeout Bar & Grill, and Scoma's on their journey to become 100% sustainable.

Blue & Gold Fleet

Blue & Gold Fleet

 "Green Waves", Blue & Gold Fleet's Environmental Management System is considered part of their overall business strategy. Environmental issues such as pollution prevention and water usage are relevant to their operation. "Green Waves" reflects Blue & Gold Fleet's strong proactive environmental commitment to the communities they serve in the San Francisco Bay area, and being ISO 14001 certified provides customers and stakeholders assurance that they are actively engaged in proper implementation of their Environmental Management System standard.

Aquarium of the Bay

Aquarium of the Bay

Aquarium of the Bay Reduces their plastic footprint in a variety of ways:

  • Encouraging all staff to follow Zero Waste principles
  • Requiring that events held there abide by Zero Waste guidelines
  • Recycling much of the plastic packaging they receive in retail shipments
  • In 2015, Aquarium of the Bay recycled about 4 cubic yards of film plastic, which means that about two standard pickup truck beds worth of plastic is not infinitely sitting in the landfill.