Fleets across the country are looking to reduce emissions, and have found numerous ways of doing so. From deploying alternative-fuel vehicles, to utilizing telematics, to moving to four-cylinder vehicles, major fleets are getting serious and successful at significantly reducing emissions. 

The following are links to articles published on fleets that have proven it's possible to reduce emissions today, with just a small investment in time and money. 

Waste Management Introduces Fleet of CNG Trucks in Louisville

Frito-Lay Rolls Out Growing Fleet of All-electric Delivery Trucks in California

Frito-Lay Marks One Million All-Electric Miles

Cox Enterprises Uses Telematics and Fuel-Efficient Vehicles to Cut Costs and Reduce Its Carbon Footprint

Coca-Cola, DOD, Nike, Shell, Suncor, UPS, and Walmart Join Future of Fuels Initiative

Osram Sylvania Moves to Vehicles With Four-Cylinder Engines to Reduce Emissions

Cintas Using Telematics to Reduce Vehicle Incidents and Idling

Cintas Selects Telematics Provider for Uniform Rental Division Fleet

Sears Begins Converting Cargo Vans to Propane Autogas


Lauren Fletcher

Lauren Fletcher

Executive Editor

Lauren Fletcher has covered the truck fleet industry since 2006 and is the executive editor of Work Truck magazine.