City council's vehicles to go 'ultra low' in drive for clean air

City council's vehicles to go 'ultra low' in drive for clean air
 

A council is aiming to turn its entire fleet of cars, vans and lorries into low emission vehicles – after the city and authority were awarded "Go Ultra Low" status.
Nottingham became one of four "Go Ultra Low" cities in the country earlier this year – receiving £6.1m from the government as a result.
Now Nottingham City Council has become a "Go Ultra Low" company after pledging to convert a minimum of five per cent of their total fleet of vehicles to ultra low emission vehicles (ULEVs) by 2020.
It follows last year's announcement by the Department for the... read more

 
12 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 25
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