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Baltimore paratransit service wins Veolia award

Posted on May 6, 2008

Veolia Transportation presented its first annual Sustainable Development Award to Marlon Bates, Veolia general manager,Baltimore Paratransit operations, and Steve Shaw, Veolia regional vice president, Northeastern region.


Veolia’s Baltimore management team was also selected for the award because of their commitment to sustainability, a major priority of the company. In the last year, in addition to the fuel-efficient Sprinter program, they implemented biofuels in the vast majority of their vehicles, adopted the use of environmentally-friendly cleaning products and continue to focus on “green” behaviors in their offices and maintenance shops.

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