Taxi billing specialist TaxiCharge NZ has gained carboNZero certification for third successive year.
In 2009, TaxiCharge was the first company in the local taxi and passenger transport industry to gain certification for measuring, managing and mitigating its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Chief executive Mark Lines says his company has an ongoing commitment to reduce its GHG emissions while at the same time increasing its business activities.
“We recognise the need for change and we continue to encourage our 23 partners nationwide to provide sustainable solution to taxi users.
“TaxiCharge is supporting its partners by embracing the carboNZero certification programme.”
Its emissions plan included reducing by 10 percent the amount of fuel used in company vehicles per year and cutting electricity usage by two percent. It also aims for 30 percent of all taxi travel to be taken in hybrid vehicles.
Graham Carter, CEO of carboNZero Holdings, describes TaxiCharge as company that continually looks at innovative ways to reduce its emissions further.
“TaxiCharge are leaders in their field and backed by carboNZero certification they continue to be leaders in sustainability.” M
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