Airparks tackles CO2 emissions

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IAPRA, The Independent Airport Park and Ride Association, is backing an initiative by some of its members to offset the CO2 emissions caused by airport shuttle buses. One of the companies supporting the initiative is IAPRA member Airparks Services.

As environmental issues become top of the political and social agenda the airport parking industry is taking its responsibility in reducing CO2 emissions very seriously.

The conservation charity World Land Trust has been chosen by IAPRA members to offset their carbon emissions by regenerating forests in Ecuador. Native species are being planted on land next to the existing forest in order to take CO2 out of the atmosphere.

Airparks Services is offsetting the carbon emissions caused by its shuttle buses at no extra cost to customers. The company has conveniently located car parks serving Birmingham, Cardiff, East Midlands, Luton and Manchester airports and in addition to the highest standards of service also offers some great prices.

By: Nick Purdom


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