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UPS Foundation Helps Promote Anti-Idling Program

June 08, 2010

ATLANTA - The Clean Air Campaign recently received a $50,000 grant from the UPS Foundation to help promote its Idling Reduction Program, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

The program promotes anti-idling policies for schools, fleets, employers, and municipalities to help clean up the environment.

The UPS Foundation is the charitable arm of UPS. The company is also a "No-Idling Partner," requesting its drivers to turn off their engines when possible.


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