ECO Stars founder member Clipper Logistics was on hand last week (21 February) to mark the fifth anniversary of the emissions scheme. ECO Stars launched in South Yorkshire in 2009 in a bid to tackle road transport’s contribution to air-quality issues in the region. Now in operation at 11 UK locations, as well as six regions in mainland Europe, ECO Stars has 300 members and around 20,000 vehicles signed up. ECO Stars manager Ann Beddoes said: “What started as a […]
Government support for Nottingham’s decision to reject plans for a charging clean air zone (CAZ) had opened the door for other cities to follow its example, according to the FTA.
A plan to introduce a clean air zone in Bath, which will cost non-Euro 6 HGVs £100 a day to enter but exempt all cars, has been slammed by the FTA.
A taskforce of MPs has claimed the government is failing to provide leadership on the controversial issue of clean air zones (CAZs), which many hauliers fear will put them out of business.