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NTEA Adopts Climate Change Policy

NTEA Adopts Climate Change Policy

A new climate change policy provides work-truck-industry association NTEA the opportunity to educate the public, regulators, and legislators about how the industry is addressing society’s environmental concerns.

January 5, 2021

Canadian Province Cracking Down on Truck Emissions

Canadian Province Cracking Down on Truck Emissions

Ontario will increase its focus on truck emissions in 2020 as the Canadian province prepares to crack down on anyone that bypasses emissions controls – and that includes on-highway enforcement on trucks from other jurisdictions.

December 18, 2019

Cummins Commits to Long-term Sustainability Plan: Planet 2050

Cummins Commits to Long-term Sustainability Plan: Planet 2050

Cummins is stepping up the fight against climate change and pollution with a series of short- and long-term goals that will produce reductions waste from its manufacturing facilities worldwide as well as strategies to reduce the carbon footprint from its internal combustion engine products.

November 17, 2019

Report Reveals Utility Trailer's Environmental and Sustainability Improvements
Report Clears EPA 2017 Glider-Emissions Study

Report Clears EPA 2017 Glider-Emissions Study

An audit by the Environmental Protection Agency’s independent Office of the Inspector General says the agency's testing of glider kit emissions, which found they produced significantly more emissions than new vehicles, “complied with standard practices.”

August 2, 2019

EPA Adds SmartWay Day Cab Program, Revises Retread Tire Specs

EPA Adds SmartWay Day Cab Program, Revises Retread Tire Specs

The Environmental Protection Agency is making some changes to its SmartWay program that offers information on verified fuel-efficient technologies. Day cabs are now eligible for the SmartWay designation, and research into fuel-efficient retreads will result in changes to how those products are classified.

July 9, 2019

California Requires Airport Shuttles to Go Zero Emission by 2035

California Requires Airport Shuttles to Go Zero Emission by 2035

With almost 1,000 airport shuttles in operation, the regulation is expected to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 500,000 metric tons, with a beneficial economic impact for shuttle fleets owners of an estimated $30 million in reduced fuel and maintenance costs.

July 8, 2019

Green Transportation Summit Focuses on Renewability

Green Transportation Summit Focuses on Renewability

Held at the Greater Tacoma Convention Center May 21-23, 2019, in Tacoma, Wash., the Green Transportation Summit & Expo (GTSE) educated close to 400 attendees on the various renewable and alternative-fuel options.

May 24, 2019

Could Ocean-Going Fleets Raise Fuel Prices for Truck Fleets?
How Changing Emissions Standards Affect Work Truck Fleets
Connecticut Governor Calls for Fleet Greening
Congressman Proposes Cleaner Postal Fleet
Daimler Says Battery-Electric Trucks Key to Zero Emissions Commercial Transport
Medium-Duty Truck Emissions in 2021 and Beyond
NYC to Cut Fleet by 1K Vehicles

NYC to Cut Fleet by 1K Vehicles

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio signed an executive order to reduce the size of the city’s on-road fleet by 1,000 vehicles, about 4% of its on-road vehicles, by June 2021.

March 28, 2019