Granite State Clean Cities Coalition
Welcome to the home of the Granite State Clean Cities Coalition...Promoting the use of alternative fuel vehicles in New Hampshire
Idling vehicles use up to several billion gallons of fuel and emit large quantities of air pollution and greenhouse gases each year. Idle reduction technologies and practices are an important way to cut petroleum consumption and emissions. The State of New Hampshire has regulatory limits on the time motor vehicles are allowed to idle. The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services has been promoting idling reduction through several voluntary programs. For more information about the activities of NH DES please visit their mobile source website and click on the Engine Idling Reduction and School Bus Initiative links under heavy duty diesel vehicle link on the right hand side.
Find more information on Idling Reduction strategies visit the US Department of Energy�s Idling Reduction page and the US EPA SmartWay Transport Partnership https://www.epa.gov/smartway