to minimise the environmental impact of road transport is one of the
biggest challenges facing Governments around the world. The UK
Government, in response to this need, has since 2000, based the majority of car
and company car taxation systems on environmental criterion (mainly
involving CO2), resulting in a direct cost penalty for
fleet operators ignoring "green fleet policies".
Corporate Social Responsibility is just one powerful reason for looking at green
fleet policies, but the cost of environmental inefficiency can be
That is why much of our work is concerned with environmental aspects of
transport and vehicle operation. Making correct choices regarding
vehicles, fuel type, engine technologies, route planning, efficiency
monitoring and alternative methods of business operations, are all
elements within the "green" fleet policy.
Fleet Audits has specialist expertise in environmental fleet
management and has been one of the Technical Consultants for the
Trust for their "Green Fleet
Reviews" and "Motorvate" programs.
Fleet Audits is able to carry out environmental audits and CO2
emissions analysis/ mapping to demonstrate the impact of the fleet on
emissions levels, as well as setting targets and providing solutions for
achieving the targets.
Our Managing Director, Stewart Whyte, writes regularly on fleet environmental matters for fleet publications,
as well as regularly speaking at conferences on the subject of "green