“The needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs."
The truck and transport industry has long since been synonymous with air pollution, harmful emissions, damaging the ozone layer, noise pollution, etc – in fact, quite the opposite of being environmentally friendly. However, things are changing at a rapid pace across the sector, starting with the trucks. Scania and McElvaney Motors have embraced the concept of sustainability for the past number of years and have implemented better working practices to achieve targets.
Reducing Our Carbon Footprint
McElvaney Motors is dedicated to building a sustainable future for our planet, people, company and the environment in which we operate. As a company, we are fully committed to sustainability and reducing our carbon footprint and have been, for quite some time.
Our Policies Become Practice
Lowering our carbon footprint is a core element to our overall business strategy and we have a dedicated budget to enable policies become practice. We have implemented programs that are designed to encourage greater efficiencies across all aspects of our business. Through these initiatives, we ensure that we will continue to improve long into the future.
Scania has been investing in sustainability for a number of years. It is at the core of their business strategy aiming to align targets and activities with sustainable development. Scania’s overarching purpose is to drive the shift towards a sustainable transport system. For more information, click here