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RESOURCES

Policies

Presentations
NC Project Green's "Greening Your Internal Fleet" Meeting, Oct. 2008

Tools
BestBus Model from Nicholas Institute
A decision support model for fleet managers and other transit specialists interested in finding best cost alternatives for reducing fleet emissions, enabling comparisons between current and replacement buses.

N.C. Division of Air Quality - Idle Reduction
Site provides comprehensive idle reduction information.

References
Executive Order 155 - Pilot Teleworking Project
This Executive Order establishes the State of North Carolina Pilot Teleworking Program to identify and measure the benefits derived from teleworking. Teleworking was conceptualized as an essential part of a plan to lower the number of vehicle miles traveled by state employees and achieve reductions in vehicle emissions that contribute to air pollution. The Executive Summary of the pilot project recommended the state proceed with implementing a statewide teleworking program. More information about this state policy can be found at the Office of State Personnel's Teleworking Web site.

Walkable Communities - Twelve Steps for an Effective Program
A summary of key planning, zoning, engineering, and development recommendations from the Florida Department of Transportation.

Harnessing the Power of Advanced Fleet Vehicles Fact Sheet
A hybrid electric vehicle fact sheet for government officials.

EPA's Auto Repair and Fleet Maintenance Pollution Prevention Fact Sheets

Clean Fuel and Advanced Transportation Technology Options and Vendors
Overview of clean fuel and alternative transportation options, including biodiesel, ethanol, compressed natural gas, hybrid electric vehicles, low speed vehicles, diesel retrofit alternatives and motor oils.

BioBlend Government and Municipality Product Guide
BioBlend provides products that are non-toxic and readily biodegradable; optimize your maintenance practices and reduce the cost of maintaining your equipment while
reducing your risk of impacting the ecology of your land.

 

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