by Charlotte Argue, posted on 10:53 AM, February 25, 2014
The Municipal Region of Halton received a Bronze rating in January 2014, becoming the first regional municipality in Canada to be E3 Fleet rated.
Congratulations to the Municipal Region of Halton, which received a Bronze rating in January 2014, becoming the first regional municipality in Canada to be E3 Fleet rated.
Over the past several years, staff at Halton have worked hard to incorporate best practices into Halton's fleet management. To minimize the negative impact of emissions from its fleet, Halton has developed policies and programs such as an Anti-Idling Policy, an Equipment Use and Procurement Policy, and a Smart Commute program for staff. In addition, environmental practices have been incorporated into vehicle operations, maintenance, and end-of-life vehicle management.
Greening the fleet is a goal in Halton's Corporate Sustainability action Plan, as well as The Citizen's Priorities: Halton Region's 2011-2014 Action Plan, demonstrating Halton's commitment to sustainability at all levels.
posted on 3:05 PM, June 21, 2013
Congratulations to the Township of Langley for achieving an E3 Fleet Gold Rating.
BC’s Marion Town presented the award to Langley Mayor Jack Froese on October 28 and praised the Township’s achievements in fleet management, energy efficiency and emissions reduction. Read more.
The Business Case for Alternative Fuels and Vehicles in Your Fleet posted on 3:30 PM, September 28, 2012
At a recent workshop at TRUXPO, Jim Vanderwal and Mengo McCall provided presentations on the business case for alternative vehicles and fuels.