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JOHN SOBCZAK Port Authority Executive Director John Jamian stands outside the $15 million public terminal opened last summer near the Renaissance Center. Changes that could come soon would add to the $1.5 billion in annual economic activity already coming from the Detroit River’s ports. Legislation could pave the way for more agricultural exports, and a water taxi service is a possibility. In addition, the Detroit/Wayne County Port Authority would gain the ability to finance projects inland from the river.The port now traffics primarily in steel and other industrial bulk commodities but would be able to expand its industries. “The freight port goes with the auto industry. When the auto industry does well, our port does well,” said John Jamian, executive director of the Port Authority. According to port authority statistics, companies contractually use its privately managed port facilities and terminals to manage 17 million tons of cargo annually. Thirty-one companies operate at the port, directly employing 5,600 people, said Jamian. The port also stores about one-sixth of the nation’s aluminum supply in 1,000-pound ingot bars housed in bonded warehouses — taking advantage of the port being the largest U.S. free-trade zone, he said. But broadening into agriculture would take a change in state law allowing ships to use seawater in their trim tanks — a technology used by all other lakes states and Canada but not allowed under Michigan’s regulations. Sen. Mike Kowall, R-White Lake Township replica hermes bracelet psychotherapybristol.co.uk , drafted a bill because changing the rules would enable the state’s agriculture industry to export products from here rather than from ports out of state. The change would permit oceangoing freighters to discharge seawater in the Detroit ports, making room on board to pick up new cargo. This currently is not permitted under state Department of Environmental Quality regulations. In 2005, Michigan put the ballast law into place in an effort to keep invasive species out of the Great Lakes. The hope was that other states and Canada would follow, but they did not, the authority has said. As a result, ships avoid the Detroit port. No bill had been introduced as of early August. “It’s going to attract new business. Farmers won’t have to ship to Ohio,” Jamian said, noting that one ship equals 870 trucks or 225 rail cars worth of cargo. JOHN SOBCZAK The Great Lakes Cruise Co.