EPA, Cadec to host webcast

Dec. 10, 2007
The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) SmartWay Transport Partnership and Cadec Global will host a webcast, “Top 5 Ways to ‘Go Green’ With Fleet Management”

The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) SmartWay Transport Partnership and Cadec Global will host a webcast, “Top 5 Ways to ‘Go Green’ With Fleet Management” on December 18 at 1 pm Eastern.

Matthew Payne of EPA and David Stitt of Cadec will lead a tutorial on advanced fleet management software. They will cover how the software can help transportation companies reduce fuel consumption, optimize routes and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

"SmartWay participants and affiliates are setting the pace for their industries,” said Payne. "Companies such as Cadec can play an important role in encouraging and assisting transportation providers to reduce their fuel consumption, save money and protect the environment.”

Registration for the webcast is now open.

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