November 12, 2019. ABM announced it has been awarded Tennessee Green Fleets Certification for outstanding leadership in fleet sustainability at Nashville International Airport (BNA).
The ABM team operates a fleet of 28 shuttles and buses at the airport that all run on compressed natural gas (CNG). Additionally, ABM operates a large CNG station to refuel the fleet. The move to CNG fuel vehicles has eliminated approximately 369 tons of CO2 emissions per year, according to Tennessee Clean Fuels.
An organization dedicated to promoting cleaner alternative fuels and vehicles to improve air quality and curb dependence on petroleum, Tennessee Clean Fuels announced ABM’s three-star certification – the highest level achievable – during the annual Sustainable Transportation Forum & Expo.
“We are very proud to achieve this certification in partnership with Nashville International Airport,” said Scott Hutchison, senior vice president of operations – Landside, ABM. “This demonstrates ABM’s commitment to help our clients achieve their sustainability-related goals.”
As part of the ABM GreenCare program, which provides clients sustainable business solutions that can have a positive impact on the environment, ABM offers clients innovative and environmentally-friendly parking solutions. This includes providing natural gas or propane shuttles, electric vehicle charging ports, solar panel installation, shuttle service, recycling and green cleaning in parking structures, and more.