Green light

Timmins, Mike
September 1999
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Sep/Oct99, Issue 16, p28
Academic Journal
Presents news items on transportation and related industries. Include requirement for United States' government vehicles to use fuel alternatives by 2002; Use of gas-powered cars by Great Britain's vehicle hire company Budget Rent a Car; Project to recycle mobile phones at the end of their life cycle.


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