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The Green Advantage

November 2007, by Staff

An organization’s environmental “footprint” includes direct emissions into the air, water, electricity consumption, materials use, waste disposal, and more. As media attention and public concern about climate change mount, more and more organizations are paying attention to their impact on the environment.

Companies now see “going green” as a business strategy — an opportunity to reduce risk, cut costs, burnish image, and even increase competitive advantage.

PHH Arval recently conducted a survey of public and private sector fleet managers on environmental issues. Key findings from this survey follow. For more information visit or call (800) ONLY PHH.

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