At the 2013 Green Fleet Conference & Expo you’ll hear about two fleet case studies that delve into re-refined motor oil and how it lowered their maintenance costs and furthered their sustainability goals.
Sustainability is about more than just saving fuel, and at the 2013 Green Fleet Conference & Expo, fleets can hear about other ways they can further their green fleet initiatives, such as re-refined oil — one of the best-kept secrets in the fleet industry.
The conference seminar, “Two Case Studies: Green Your Fleet Using Re-Refined Oil,” will provide attendees a detailed look at how two fleets, the City of Phoenix and Veolia Transportation, made the transition to re-refined motor oil. The fleets will shed light on how this type of motor oil reduced their maintenance costs and provided one of the latest ways to make their fleets truly sustainable.
The 2013 Green Fleet Conference is Oct. 1-2 in Phoenix, Ariz. The re-refined oil session will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 2 from 2:15-3:05, along with other concurrent sessions.
The conference provides three main session tracks — commercial, government, and heavy-duty truck — allowing fleets to choose the right educational sessions and workshops that are most beneficial to their fleet.
Register before Sept. 6 to receive $100 off. Per diem hotel rates are also available to public fleet managers.
To find out more info on the exhibit hall, sessions, ride and drive, and networking opportunities, go to www.greenfleetconference.com/WhyAttend
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet
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