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19 Sep, 2008 PC11_Carrot

Incentive programs should be used to achieve GHG reductions when difficulty ensues, but should not be the primary motivator.

19 Sep, 2008 PC09_CampaignLangley

The Township of Langley developed the “one - our new environment” campaign to guide its green fleet and driver awareness programs. / Township of Langley, 2007.

19 Sep, 2008 PC09_PosterLangley

The Township of Langley uses posters like these to keep drivers aware of how to improve fuel efficiency. / Township of Langley, 2007.

19 Sep, 2008 PO26_SanJosePolicy

This excerpt from San Jose’s Green Fleet policy demonstrates their commitment to purchasing fuel efficient vehicles. / City of San Jose, 2007.

19 Sep, 2008 PO27_WLakePolicy

This excerpt from the Williams Lake idling policy makes it clear that idling is to be reduced and communicates why it is being reduced. / City of Williams Lake, 2006.

19 Sep, 2008 PO25_manual

Your vehicle owner’s manual is an excellent source of information on how to achieve maximum fuel efficiency over the life of your vehicle.

19 Sep, 2008 PO25_Exhaust

A fuel efficiency policy communicates your commitment to avoiding harmful emissions like these.

19 Sep, 2008 PL11_MechanicHands

Developing regular procedures to ensure that your fleet’s engines and other parts are running at maximum efficiency will help you save money and the environment.

19 Sep, 2008 PL11_PreventativeMaintance

Preventative maintenance is one of the most important components of a green fleet strategy.

19 Sep, 2008 PO27_RichmondSticker

These all-weather stickers have been placed on all City of Richmond vehicles to remind drivers why they should avoid idling. / Idle Free BC.

19 Sep, 2008 PO27_YardSign

The City of Kamloops implemented a four month idle free / fuel management program and an estimated realized $42,000 is fuel savings. / Idle Free BC, 2007.

19 Sep, 2008 PL07_TorontoTable

This table from the City of Toronto’s Green Fleet Plan demonstrates the emissions reduction successes that the Toronto fleet has had as a result of the City’s Green Fleet Transition Plan. / City of Toronto, 2008.

19 Sep, 2008 PL07_HamiltonE3ratedFleet

Hamilton Mayor Fred Eisenberger and City Fleet Manager Chris Hill accept the award as Canada’s first E3 Rated Fleet. / E3 Fleet, 2007.

19 Sep, 2008 PO26_TorontoSmartCars

Toronto’s vehicle purchasing strategy led them to purchase 25 ultra-fuel-efficient Smart Cars. / City of Toronto, 2008.

19 Sep, 2008 PO26_HamiltonSuvFleet

Hamilton has taken steps to green its entire fleet, including these biodiesel SUVs. Notice the ‘No Idling’ sign on the wall. / Clean Air Hamilton, 2005.

19 Sep, 2008 PL10_BenchmarkingProgram

A benchmarking program will allow you to better design purchasing strategies, idling reduction initiatives, and preventative maintenance programs.

19 Sep, 2008 PR10_EnergySavedGraph_WastebytheNumbers

* Assumes recycled materials would otherwise have been landfilled. Includes embedded energy. / IFC Consulting, EPA, 2005

19 Sep, 2008 Recycling and Waste Reduction
19 Sep, 2008 G10_WilliansLakeHibrid

Williams Lake has achieved fuel savings of approximately 20% with the use of this hybrid vehicle despite -10ºC winters. / E3 Fleet, 2007.

19 Sep, 2008 G10_TorontoBioGarbage

Toronto proved that even the heaviest vehicles can be a part of a green fleet plan with this 100% biodiesel garbage truck. / City of Toronto, 2008.