Each year, the NOAA National Weather Service, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), U.S. Forest Service, and U.S. Department of State join the EPA to celebrate Air Quality Awareness Week.  -  Photo: Fleet Advantage

Each year, the NOAA National Weather Service, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), U.S. Forest Service, and U.S. Department of State join the EPA to celebrate Air Quality Awareness Week.

Photo: Fleet Advantage

Fleet Advantage announced it is offering complimentary Emissions Scorecards for corporate transportation fleets as the company recognizes Air Quality Awareness Week 2022.

Air Quality Awareness Week is celebrated May 2-6.

Each year, the NOAA National Weather Service, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), U.S. Forest Service, and U.S. Department of State join the EPA to celebrate Air Quality Awareness Week. Its theme this year is “Be Air Aware & Prepared!” The goal is to promote events that increase air quality awareness and encourage people to check the Air Quality Index (AQI) daily. 

“Since the day we opened our doors, our company has been focused on bringing about change to the industry through lower carbon output and cleaner air quality,” said Katerina Jones, VP of marketing and business development for Fleet Advantage. “Our innovative programs illustrate the deep commitment we have to helping our corporate fleet partners serve as industry leaders while driving significant change for the benefit of our nation’s air quality.”  

Emissions Scorecards examine truck’s performance data and economic factors to determine an optimum procurement and disposal strategy. 

As part of the comprehensive Fleet Modernization Study, the Emissions Scorecard reviews the entire fleet by year, make, model, and compares fuel and mileage data and provides detailed information on CO2 reduction in metric tons and gallons of fuel saved.

In March, the company announced a new program to help corporate truck fleets certify their greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) output, as recently mandated under a proposed rule issued by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

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