Eco Stars' fleet recognition scheme expands to Wales.
The East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS) has become the 100th member to join the Eco Stars Fleet Recognition scheme.
Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire councils have teamed up with the Regional Transport Partnership and Nestrans to launch a new programme to improve air quality.
Three Kent businesses have been recognised the the ECO Stars Fleet Recognition scheme for their work to reduce vehicle emissions and air pollution in Swale.
The fleet recognition scheme is helping hundreds of companies to reduce their fuel bill and CO2 emissions through star rating and efficiency road mapping.
A 10% fuel saving has already been recorded by Evolve Facility Services, which operates a fleet of 230 vans and provides bespoke professional in-house repairs and maintenance to 30,000 properties across Merseyside and Greater Manchester.
Frontline patient care is benefiting from financial savings made by NHS Forth Valley from fleet initiatives introduced after joining ECO Stars.
HW Wilson has achieved a 17% fuel saving over two years as a consequence of implementing changes recommended by the ECO Stars Fleet Recognition Scheme.