Fleet Sustainability Blog

The Green Journey cuts through the fog of confusion around fleet sustainability, providing fleet managers and operators with a clear roadmap for reducing emissions and costs.

Peugeot and Citroen maker keeps place on environmental ‘A List’

Groupe PSA, the manufacturer of cars sold under the Peugeot, Citroen, Vauxhall, DS and Opel brands, has celebrated keeping its place on environmental reporting firm CDP’s A List for 2019. CDP assesses businesses on the comprehensiveness of their climate disclosure…

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Birmingham could ban cars from driving in city centre

New plans being considered by Birmingham’s council could see cars banned from making trips through the city centre in a bid to cut pollution and congestion. A draft transport plan published yesterday (January 13th 2020) suggested traffic could be re-routed…

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Study discovers brake pad dust may be harmful to health

  Much research lately has focused on pollutants coming from vehicle exhausts, but a new study has suggested brake pad dust could be another hazard to human health that may require regulation. A team of scientists at King’s College London…

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New mild hybrid options added to the Fiat city car line-up

Fleet managers looking for new green options to add to their vehicle offering should pay attention this month, as Fiat has announced a series of new mild hybrid options that are to be added to the manufacturer’s city car range….

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Road filters suggested as solution to pollution

A company in the UK has devised an ingenious tool that could help to tackle the country’s persistent traffic pollution problems. Pollution Solution has created sets of tiny suction fans that can be embedded in road surfaces in a similar…

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