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May 26, 2015 - Industry News

Cooper Tire Plant Recognized for Environmental Initiatives

The Cooper Tire plant in Tupelo, Miss., has earned the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality’s enHance Partnership Award for 2015.

Tags: Green, Cooper Tire & Rubber Co., Tires, Environmental Regulations

March 12, 2015 - Industry News

Work Truck Show Announces Innovation, Green Awards

The Work Truck Show has announced the recipients of its Innovation and Green awards. The Innovation Award was presented to Chelsea Products for its 249V Series power take-off. The Green Award was presented to Miller Electric Mfg. Co. for its EnPak power system.

Tags: Green, Work Truck Show, Awards

September 8, 2014 - Industry News

Bridgestone Plant Earns Environmental Recertification

Bridgestone America’s tire manufacturing plant in Warren County, Tennessee, earned LEED V3 recertification at the silver level from the U.S. Green Building Council.

Tags: Green, Bridgestone, LEED certification, LEED V3

November 5, 2013 - Industry News

Mack Trucks Reduces Energy Usage Through Climate Corps Program

Mack Trucks’ Macungie Cab & Vehicle Assembly facility is saving energy and cutting costs through the Environmental Defense Fund’s Climate Corps Program.

Mack Trucks is continuing to work toward developing new ways to save energy at its Macungie Cab & Vehicle Assembly facility in Macungie, Pa.

Tags: Green, Mack Trucks

October 29, 2013 - Industry News

M&M Cartage Announces Initiative to Become Leader in Green Transportation

M&M Cartage has announced a new initiative to become a national leader in green transportation. The Kentucky-based company plans to invest $7.5 million in building materials and capital equipment, allowing for the construction of a new headquarters with green efficiencies to go along with the addition of new trucks powered by compressed natural gas.

Tags: Green, Green Fleets, Natural Gas Vehicles, M&M Cartage

March 8, 2013 - Industry News

Going Green Without Saying Goodbye to Diesel

Verizon has tested alternative fueled vehicles like this one but says there are many other ways to go green, including using telematics.

Green shouldn't be the only color a fleet is considering when making a move toward "going green." "The most important colors in business are still red and black," said Joe Fiorelli, fleet and safety director for Gulfeagle Supply during a session for NTEA's Green Truck Summit entitled, "Compounding the Green: Incremental Measures for Going Green and Sustainable."

Tags: Green, Fuel Economy, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Work Truck Show, Telematics



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