The general aim of a green transport policy is to reduce environmental impacts and improve performance by minimising noise, disruption and congestion to others.
The objective of the policy is to minimise pollution and improve vehicle efficiency.
All transport activities generate environmental impacts — these can arise from delivering services to clients or distributing goods and staff travelling to work. A green transport policy sets out the organisation’s aims and intentions to reduce those impacts and improve transport performance overall.
The organisation recognises that our transport distribution activities and other transport-related operations can have an impact on the environment.
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