GHG Emissions from City Fleet

Published By: City of Surry,

On-road transportation is a significant source of greenhouse gases, accounting for one-third of all emission in the Lower Mainland, and is one of the primary users of energy in City operations. Reducing fleet fuel consumption through regular maintenance, reducing fleet size, and using alternative fuel vehicles reduces greenhouse gas emissions and saves money. The GHG emissions from the City's fleet is a measure of how well the City is doing as a major owner and operator of vehicles to improve energy efficiency and reduce our impact on climate change. The City's target is a 20% reduction in GHG emissions from operations by 2020.

See this and other sustainability indicators on the City's [Sustainability Dashboard] (http://dashboard.surrey.ca/#energysystems/energycityfleet).

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Organization City Of Surrey
Maintainer Sustainability Office

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First Published Date March 18, 2014
Metadata Last Updated February 22, 2016
Resources Last Updated None
Data Update Frequency Yearly

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