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Chamber supports Gov. Herbert's decision to make state fleet idle free

Salt Lake Chamber issued a statement in support of Gov. Herbert’s executive order requiring all non-emergency state vehicles to turn off their engines when not in traffic and idling more than 30 seconds. The move is expected to save the state some 60,000-plus gallons of fuel a year–a big savings for tax payers.

students idleWhen gifted fourth-graders at Rockwood's Center for Creative Learning in Ellisville wanted to figure out some small way to help save the Earth, they had to look no farther than the parking lot outside their building

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Sound Shore Communities Sponsor First Ever “No-Idling Day”- April 23, 2012

sound shoreThe Sound Shore communities of Mamaroneck, Larchmont and Rye will come together to stage the area’s first ever “No Idling Day” on Monday, April 23.  The initiative is the result of collaboration between the environmental committees of the Villages of Mamaroneck and Larchmont, the Town of Mamaroneck, the City of Rye, and the green committees at the participating public and private schools.