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Ontario Municipal Fleet Review Program 2008 - Pilot Project

In the 2008 pilot project, Fleet Challenge worked with each municipality's fleet management team to evaluate a broad range of specifications ranging from fuel efficiency, vehicle selection, maintenance techniques, asset management, through to computer systems and end-of-cycle disposal of surplus vehicles. FC completed Fleet Reviews for 12 Ontario municipalities identifying plans that would collectively reduce greenhouse gases by over 2500 tonnes and savings of almost $4 million.

Congratulations to the following municipalities for their commitment to green fleet practices and their participation in the 2008 pilot project: Frontenac County, Greater Sudbury, Grey County, Guelph, Halliburton County, Kingsville, Niagara Region, Simcoe County, Thunder Bay, Timmins, Toronto and Windsor.

During the months of January and February, 2008, Fleet Challenge convened workshops in Sudbury, Ottawa and London to representatives of Ontario municipalities holding some level of responsibility and interest in fleet management. The workshops included important training and information on state of the art green fleet management concepts and provide an excellent idea-sharing and networking opportunity.

Below is the agenda for the workshops:

 

 

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