Eco Stars, a free environmental fleet management recognition scheme, has now arrived in Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire. The scheme encourages and supports operators of HGVs, vans, buses and coaches run their fleets more efficiently. ECO Stars fleet experts assess each fleet, award a star rating based on current performance and produce a 'roadmap' of recommendations which will help operators to reduce emissions while also reducing costs. Membership is free to all fleet operators, irrespective of the size of the operation.
The City and Shire scheme was set up in 2016 as a partnership between the City and Shire Councils and NESTRANS, the Regional Transport Partnership and is the first in Scotland to operate across more than one area. It aims to help improve air quality within the City's three Air Quality Management areas, reduce CO2 emissions across the north east and support fleet operators reduce costs.
Environmental Protection and Trading Standards
Tel 03000 200292
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