Idle Less | Save More

June 24, 2015

Looking for an easy way to save money for your organization’s fleet and help curb pollution at the same time?

Curious about how idle-reduction technologies actually work in the real world?

Please join us for an educational workshop to demonstrate how idle-reduction technologies can benefit your bottom line. We’ll also have a showcase of vehicles with idle-reduction equipment – a unique opportunity for you to see these systems up close and in-person.

The workshop will feature the following topics and speakers:

E-PTO & Zero RPM Idle Reduction Systems for Bucket Trucks

Panel Session: Idle Reduction Systems on Work Trucks

  • Snohomish County Public Utility District, Mark Stephens - Vanner systems on PUD service trucks
  • City of Bellevue, Todd Shepler - IdleRight on public works trucks
  • Pierce County, Alan Kies - auxiliary battery setup on road trucks 

Panel Session: Idle Reduction Systems on Emergency Response  Vehicles

  • Gig Harbor Fire, Mike Smith - anti-idle systems for aid cars
  • City of Seattle, Sam Houghtaling - IdleRight on police vehicles
  • Cummins Northwest, John Lightner - idle-reduction systems for fire engines

Communicating your idle reduction campaign + idle reduction case studies

Washington State Department of Ecology, Mathew Kwartin & David Adler - School Bus Idling Challenge

Technology Showcase