Yellows go green

Yellow Buses has become greener after being recognised for its environmental management system. The Bournemouth-based company has attained British Standards Institution’s ISO 14001, which marks its commitment to being a cleaner, greener company.

Greener practices by city businesses

The Carbon Trust will be teaming up with Portsmouth Technopole, to introduce the Green Business Fund, which provides free energy assessments, advice and funding for small and medium-sized organisations.

Silver lining to tough new green energy regulations

Commercial property landlords are being warned they face fines of up to £150,000 if they do not comply with the government’s tough new energy efficiency regulations. But a Southampton-based independent property tax specialist says there is a silver lining to the strengthened Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard (MEES) legislation. Landlords are no longer able to let energy-inefficient commercial space – those … Read More

Yellow Buses go green with new double-deckers

Yellow Buses is going green. The Bournemouth-based company has taken delivery of six new double-deckers described as the most environmentally friendly diesel vehicles on the road. The British-built Alexander Dennis MMC E400 vehicles have ultra-low carbon Euro 6 engines and the latest stop-start technology to reduce emissions, noise and fuel usage. Their lighter weight will also reduce environmental impact and … Read More