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.

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