At Lynch, we are passionate about our sustainability journey and reaching Net Zero Carbon by 2040.
In 2019 we launched our Eco Driver Training Programme, which aimed to reduce Engine idling, fuel consumption, Co2 emissions with substantial fuel savings to our customers. The programme was designed to educate drivers on their carbon footprint and environmental impact while promoting data transparency to our customers.
In a recent delivery of the programme, collaborating with Balfour Beatty VINCI and Skanska Costain STRABAG Joint Venture, we successfully reduced idling on site by 10%, achieving a significant reduction in fuel, NOX and CO2 outputs. On a Buckingham Group site, we successfully maintained a low idling percentage of 36% over 3 months, another fantastic result.
We’re excited to expand this new programme to the wider industry and hold confidence that it will help to improve driver behaviour and create a more sustainable working environment for all.
If you’d like to introduce our Eco Driver Programme on your site, get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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