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Green Ride Global Gains First San Diego Client

Posted on November 29, 2011

SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Torrey Pines Transportation has become the first San Diego member of Green Ride Global, an environmental program services company that won the Toshiba 2009 Profiles of Innovation. Torrey Pines Transportation’s goal is to meet corporate sustainability requirements and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

By joining Green Ride Global, Torrey Pines Transportation can offer unique benefits for business travel agencies, destination management companies, and special event planners in the region who require service vendors with established, consistent environmental policies and ISO 14001 compliance.  As a Green Ride Global Gold Member, the company’s environmental program includes:

  • Comprehensive environmental policy
  • Fleet and plant GHG inventory
  • ISO 14001-compliant environmental management system

With baseline reporting underway, Torrey Pines Transportation will provide documentation reports for clients who are working toward more sustainable ground transportation practices while maintaining high client service levels.

Founded in 1988, Torrey Pines Transportation provides chauffeured transportation to corporate, group and individual clients in the San Diego, Calif. region.

Source: Torrey Pines Transportation

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