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Minimize number of employee commute trips taken by single occupancy vehicle.
Locate your business near transit facilities or provide shuttles to transit stops.
Offer incentives for public transit use.
Commuter Choice Maryland
Commuter Connections (Metropolitan Washington)
Promote teleworking and flexible schedules.
Promote ridesharing by providing preferred parking for car or vanpools.
Local Ridesharing Assistance Offices
Promote biking to work by providing on-site amenities such bike racks and showers.
Bicycle and Pedestrian Access and Incentives
Bicycle Commuting Guides
Clean Air Partners
and sign up to receive AirAlerts. Encourage employees to telecommute or use public transit particularly on Code Orange, Red or Purple air quality index days. Also delay vehicle and equipment refueling and maintenance on these days
Increase efficiency of business travel.
Select meeting locations that minimize travel distances and maximize transit access.
Encourage use of transit and ridesharing to meetings.
Use web and teleconferencing where appropriate.
Example of web and video conferencing resources
Example of teleconferencing resources
Example of remote computer access resources
Buy and distribute goods locally.
Maryland agricultural products
Maryland Farmers Markets
Maximize Efficiency of Fleet Vehicles
Purchase and operate efficient fleet vehicles
Take advantage of tax credits and rebates for electric vehicles and charging stations
Improve vehicle gas mileage
Use Alternative Fuels
Net Carbon Zero Diesel
Improve efficiency in delivery of goods and services.
Choose the most fuel-efficient fleet vehicle for each trip.
Minimize the number of trips and shipments by combining shipments, maximizing carrying capacity of trucks and other forms of shipment, and promoting e-commerce.
Plan efficient service and delivery routes.
PHH Green Fleet Program
Route optimization technologies
The Maryland Green Registry Is...
There is no cost to join. Simply create a member profile sharing your environmental best practices.
You choose the activities that make the most sense for your organization.
The Maryland Green Registry is open to organizations and facilities of all types and sizes in both owned and leased space.
Learn here what other Maryland Green Registry members are doing to reduce their environmental impacts and receive staff support on checklist measures.
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