Logistics Plus Inc., a leading worldwide provider of transportation, logistics and supply chain solutions, continues its commitment to track and report its carbon accounting practices for an eighth consecutive year. Freight transportation is one of the fastest growing impacts on the environment and as consumer demand increases, and Logistic Plus is committed to respond with the most efficient and cleaner transportation practices.
Logistics Plus is a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) SmartWay® Transport Partner. Each year performance data is submitted and reviewed to qualify as a SmartWay partner. EPA recently approved the Logistics Plus annual submission of Partnership reporting requirements for 2017.
“Logistics Plus knows that partnering with SmartWay is good for business, people and the environment,” says Cheryl Bynum, U.S. EPA’s SmartWay Director, “By partnering with us, Logistics Plus is demonstrating their commitment to sustainability through cleaner, lower carbon goods movement.”
“Logistics Plus first joined the SmartWay initiative in 2010 with the goal of improving its impact on the environment,” said Steve Srnka, compliance attorney for Logistics Plus. “Our continued SmartWay approval confirms to our customers and partners that Logistics Plus is committed to doing its part for environmental sustainability.”
Logistics Plus Inc., a leading worldwide provider of transportation, logistics and supply chain solutions, continues its commitment to track and report its carbon accounting practices for an eighth consecutive year. Freight transportation is one of the fastest growing impacts on the environment and as consumer demand increases, and Logistic Plus is committed to respond with the most efficient and cleaner transportation practices.
Logistics Plus is a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) SmartWay® Transport Partner. Each year performance data is submitted and reviewed to qualify as a SmartWay partner. EPA recently approved the Logistics Plus annual submission of Partnership reporting requirements for 2017.
“Logistics Plus knows that partnering with SmartWay is good for business, people and the environment,” says Cheryl Bynum, U.S. EPA’s SmartWay Director, “By partnering with us, Logistics Plus is demonstrating their commitment to sustainability through cleaner, lower carbon goods movement.”
“Logistics Plus first joined the SmartWay initiative in 2010 with the goal of improving its impact on the environment,” said Steve Srnka, compliance attorney for Logistics Plus. “Our continued SmartWay approval confirms to our customers and partners that Logistics Plus is committed to doing its part for environmental sustainability.”