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Last possibility to book for Brake’s Fleet Security Conference

2016 This year’s conference, sponsored by Aviva Danger Management Solutions, will see professionals from the world of fleet share finest practice in managing road threat on Thursday 26 May 2016. Being held at the St John’s Hotel, Solihull, the conference supplies an opportunity for fleet professionals to learn through leading specialists on vital roadway safety issues. Furthermore, finest practice discussions will be presented by organisations pioneering fleet precaution. The conference will cover topical concerns consisting of protecting vulnerable roadway users, engaging drivers with safety, and handling high-risk drivers. Numerous speakers include previous Brake Fleet Security Award winners, and there is just 2 weeks delegated enter this year’s awards. The due date is Friday 20 May 2016. The program will feature presentations from both public and private sector operators, representing automobile, van, truck, and combined vehicle fleets. Brake Expert members can book their location at the conference for ££ 90+ VAT, or £ 140 BARREL for non-members. Membership of Brake Specialist expenses from ££ 50 + VAT each year, and members get considerable discounts to this and other occasions, as well as access to guidance and resources to help manage road risk. To book to go to the conference, or to find out more about signing up with Brake Expert, email or call +44 (0)1484 559909 …

See all stories on this topic Waste Industries Unveils CNG Fleet in New

Hanover County The project, which cost $7 Million, includes a state-of-the-art filling system with double compressors, store upgrades, and cars.    The Wilmington Environmental Campus was finished in 2013 and, with the CNG conversion, represents over a $15 Million investment in the County. The application of the CNG fleet in New Hanover County will minimize Waste Industries’ carbon footprint by lowering carbon monoxide emissions by roughly 77 percent, nitrogen oxide emissions by around 87 percent, particulate matter emissions by 95 percent, and cut greenhouses gases by over 20 percent. Since Waste Industries initially relocated to New Hanover County in 1973, the Company has grown to employ 104 individuals and supplies services to almost 34,000 customers. Waste Industries is a local provider of non-hazardous strong waste collection, transfer, recycling, and disposal services. The business currently runs in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware. Media attendance is welcome at the occasion. Waste Industries’ Wilmington Compressed Natural Gas Reality Sheet Logo – To see the original variation on PR Newswire, check out: SOURCE Waste Industries WILMINGTON,   N.C., May 9, 2016/ PRNewswire/–   Waste Industries will be hosting a ribbon cutting event to unveil its brand-new Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fleet on May 12, 2016 from 10am to 12:30 pm at their Wilmington facility located at 3618 US Highway 421 N, Wilmington, NC 28401. Speakers will consist of Ven Poole, Chairman and CEO of Waste Industries. The May 12 th unveiling marks the launch of the largest personal CNG operation in New Hanover County and adds 21 new collection vehicles. Waste Industries currently has CNG operations   in Wake, Durham, Wilson, Pitt, Greene, Brunswick Counties, completing over 190 truck …
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