The Herøya Terminal is centrally located at Herøya Industrial Park in Porsgrunn, and consists of the Crane quay, Tinfos quay and Deep-water quay.
With a quay length of 230 m and depth of 6.7 m, this is the Port of Grenland’s main terminal for shipping timber. It also has indoor storage capacity of 1750 m2.
This quay is 150 m long and 6.7 m deep, and is used by Eramet Norway for intake of raw materials and production of manganese alloys.
Crane quay and Tinfos quay have a combined outdoor area of approx. 10,000 m2.
With a quay length of 175 m and a depth of 9.7 m, this is the main terminal for receiving raw materials for the fertiliser manufacturer Yara Norway, which is responsible for day-to-day running of the facility. The terminal has an outdoor area of approx. 20,000 m2, used by Eramet Norway to store raw materials.
The waste reception facilities have recycling containers for small quantities of hazardous waste, residual waste and paper. The containers are adapted to local needs and the number of ships at berth. All vessels are required to give advance notification of waste online via SafeSeaNet Norway before arrival. Larger quantities of waste or oil waste, sewage, etc. cannot be delivered at the reception facilities, and must be booked through an agent or directly to the recycling company Norsk Gjenvinning Industri tel. +47 987 0970
The Herøya Terminal is open 06:00–23:00 daily.