A holistic approach helps to reduce greenhouse gases

There is no European legislation covering mobile machinery for CO2 reduction. Nevertheless, the results of the European construction machinery and equipment industry look quite respectable. It is a question of the fuel consumption and in this case every customer benefits from any improvement”, said Johann Sailer, the future president of the Committee for European Construction Equipment (CECE), during the general meeting of the trade association ‘Con­struction and Building Materials Machinery and Equipment’ of the VDMA in Bremen on 3 November 2011.

 

However, Sailer underlined that these...

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