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Nominations open for 2014 Sustainability All Stars

Posted on July 15, 2014

Nominations have opened for the 2014 Sustainability All Stars, which recognize fleet professionals who have made significant contributions to fleet environmental sustainability, such as deploying alternative-fuel vehicles or implementing idle-reduction policies.

The nominations deadline for the awards is Aug. 18. The winners will be presented at the 2014 Green Fleet Conference & Expo on Thursday, Oct. 30.

The award is open for self-nominations or nominations by a colleague. Supplier nominations will not be accepted for this award.

To be included in the nominations review, fill out the nomination form before the deadline here. All nominees will be contacted within two weeks of the close date.

The 2013 Sustainability All Stars included several recipients from the school transportation industry.

Related Topics: alternative fuels, emissions

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