Sustainability

Nebraska's StarTran joins pollution reduction effort

Posted on November 10, 2008

StarTran, the mass transit agency for Lincoln, Neb., has joined the Blue Skyways Collaborative as a partner in reducing air pollution.

The transit operator joins 184 other Blue Skyways partners who are working to reduce air pollution in 10 states in the heart of the U.S.

StarTran's efforts will reduce annual air pollution emissions by the following amounts: 10 tons of carbon monoxide; 556 tons of carbon dioxide; 3 tons of hydrocarbons; 15 tons of nitrogen oxides and more than 1.43 tons of particulate matter

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