Grain terminals at the Port of Hamilton are a critical gateway for Ontario farmers to get their grain to global markets.  Ontario-grown corn, wheat and soybeans are delivered from the farm to port terminals by truck or rail, where these grains are loaded onto vessels for export globally.

Port terminal operators are taking proactive steps to minimize grain dust from port facilities, including operational best practices, and investments in new grain-handling equipment. Please see www.hopaports.ca/environment  for information

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