Lorinc, John
May 2008
CA Magazine;May2008, Vol. 141 Issue 4, p22
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the initiative of Canadian businesses to address the rising operating costs and regulations in Canada. According to the author, one of the giant Canadian firm, the Purolator Courier Ltd. began its experiment on alternative fuels and gas-electric hybrids and hydrogen fuel-cell vans. As of 2007, Purolator was already operating 49 hybrids and changing the 3,000-van fleet to low emission vehicles, a move towards the company's corporate social responsibility (CSR). INSETS: Reuse, recycle, rewards;Putting the kibosh on greenwash reporting.


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