Alabama Department of Transportation

In addition to retrofitting 312 on-road and off-road vehicles and equipment with diesel oxidation catalysts, either stand alone or in concert with a closed crankcase ventilation system, the Alabama Department of Transportation (DOT) has implemented a fleet replacement program.  This program auctions off older model diesel vehicles to fund the acquisition of vehicles and equipment… Read More

Clean Air Carolina – June Blotnick

June Blotnick has served as the Executive Director of Clean Air Carolina since 2005 and she has over 30 years of experience working with nonprofit and community-based organizations in North Carolina. At Clean Air Carolina, she manages a wide variety of educational and advocacy initiatives targeted at ensuring healthy air in North Carolina. June has… Read More

Coca-Cola Enterprises

In 2001, Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) began working with their suppliers to reduce the environmental impact of its fleet.  This led to the creation of a 33,000 pound hybrid diesel-electric delivery truck, the largest hybrid electric truck in wide-scale use.  In converting braking energy into supplemental electric power, each truck became 30% more fuel-efficient. CCE also… Read More

DeKalb County Sanitation Department

DeKalb County Sanitation Department is being recognized as the Community Fleet Leader for 2013 due to their commitment to compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles. Switching to compressed natural gas has resulted in significant decreases in their overall fuel costs over the last three years, a number that will only increase over time. Their landfill methane… Read More

DeKalb County Sanitation Department (Georgia)

DeKalb County Sanitation Department is being recognized as the Community Fleet Leader for 2013 due to their commitment to compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles. In 2012, they began with 40 CNG vehicles and added another 24 vehicles in 2013. Their commitment is highlighted by the fact that already in 2014, they have added an additional… Read More

Delta Airlines Inc.

Delta converted 37 diesel ground service vehicles in the southeast region to electric zero emissions.  These included: 24 belt loaders, 11 container loaders, two maintenance lift trucks.  Over the next eight years, this will reduce almost 300,000 gallons of diesel fuel and related emissions. This project will continue into the future as ground support diesel… Read More

Georgia Ports Authority

The Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) has been leading the way with innovative strategies to minimize environmental impact as they look to expand the ports in anticipation of larger ships coming through the future widened Panama Canal. These strategies include installing 24 electric rubber tire gantry cranes with plans to have all 169 cranes electrified by… Read More

Hartsfield Jackson International Airport

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the world’s busiest airport with over 900 flights each day.  When building their 5th runway, Hartsfield used a state of the art 4.5 mile long conveyer technology which prevented the need of nearly 5 million dump trucks and almost 30 months of extra work.  This also eliminated nearly 2,600 tons… Read More

Holmes Company of Jackson, Inc

Holmes Company is a premier flatbed and specialized carrier in the transportation industry, operating a fleet of 100 late model tractor power units and over 200 trailers transporting steel and building materials, including over-dimensional freight throughout the 48 continental states. With their largest customer located in the Gulf Coast Region and South Alabama, Holmes Company’s… Read More

Holmes Company of Jackson, Inc (Richland, Mississippi)

Holmes Company is a premier flatbed and specialized carrier in the transportation industry, operating a fleet of 100 late model tractor power units and over 200 trailers transporting steel and building materials, including over-dimensional freight throughout the 48 continental states. With their largest customer located in the Gulf Coast Region and South Alabama, Holmes Company’s… Read More

Ingram Barge Company

Ingram Barge Company retrofitted six towboats with diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) units.  This led to reductions in particulate emissions of about 40% and reductions in carbon monoxide and hydrocarbon emissions by over 60%.  As a SmartWay transport partner, the Ingram Barge Company will continue to seek out innovative technology and partner organizations to work with… Read More

Jonathan Overly, (ETCF) Coalition

Jonathan Overly is Executive Director of East Tennessee Clean Fuels (ETCF) Coalition, which he founded in 2002 with the support of area businesses, organizations, nonprofits and research groups. ETCF achieved official designation as a Clean Cities Coalition by the U.S. Department of Energy in 2004.

June Blotnick – Clean Air Carolina (Charlotte, North Carolina)

June Blotnick has served as the Executive Director of Clean Air Carolina since 2005 and she has over 30 years of experience working with nonprofit and community-based organizations in North Carolina.  At Clean Air Carolina, she manages a wide variety of educational and advocacy initiatives targeted at ensuring healthy air in North Carolina. June has… Read More