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County of Simcoe: Gold-Rated Fleet (2014)
Warden Cal Patterson (centre) of the County of Simcoe, Ontario accepts an E3 Fleet Gold Rating Award in recognition of excellence in the management and green performance of the County’s fleet. The award was made May 27 by John Lyon (right) of Fleet Challenge Ontario, which works in collaboration with the Fraser Basin Council on the E3 Fleet program. Also pictured are Brian Barkley and Dawn Hipwell (left) representing County of Simcoe fleet operations.
The Fraser Basin Council, in collaboration with Fleet Challenge Ontario, has awarded an E3 Fleet Gold Rating to the County of Simcoe in Ontario. The rating recognizes the accomplishments of Simcoe County in reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, investing in energy efficient technologies, committing to staff training and achieving excellence in fleet management.
Since 2002 the Simcoe County has taken many steps to achieve superior fleet performance:
“County Council is proud to be recognized by the Fraser Basin Council for having one of Canada’s greenest vehicle fleets,” said Warden Cal Patterson. “County staff has shown leadership by streamlining our vehicle fleet operations and implementing initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This includes Council’s approval to the Green Fleet Action Plan in 2013, which will guide our greenhouse gas emission reductions over the next five years.”
The County of Simcoe (www.simcoe.ca) is composed of sixteen member municipalities and provides crucial public services to County residents, as well as paramedic and social services to the cities of Barrie and Orillia.