The City of Milton has partnered with The Clean Air Campaign to help improve air quality and reduce traffic congestion. Through this partnership the city's administration has helped employees save time, money and stress on their commutes to and from work.
The Clean Air Campaign assisted with formalizing the city's telework program and establishing a carpool ride-matching data base, transit route assistance and incentive programs.
"We also have received assistance from the Clean Air Campaign in developing an anti-idle policy for city vehicles," said Cindy Eade, sustainability coordinator. "They have been a tremendous help in meeting some of the goals of the ARC Green Communities Certification for the city."
The Clean Air Campaign is a not-for-profit organization that offers all of their programs and services free to Georgia employers. No company is too large or too small -- they tailor fit the commute options program to each employer's needs.
If your employer is not offering a commute options program, contact the Clean Air Campaign to get started today. Individuals can also benefit from all the Clean Air Program options by logging on to www.logyourcommute.org and learning more.
Make sure to stop by the Milton Roundup "Green Team Tent" on Saturday, Oct.20 and learn more about the Clean Air Campaign and other environmental initiatives!