BMH is First US Hospital To Install Anti-idling Kiosk Stations for Ambulances

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital is the First U.S. Hospital To Install Anti-idling Kiosk Stations for Ambulances

Truck stops provide anti-idling stations for tractor trailer drivers so when they have to park overnight and sleep, they can control the cab temperature and operate electrical components without burning diesel fuel. The driver, or his employer, saves on fuel costs and engine maintenance while reducing toxic emissions and noise pollution. Thanks to a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) grant administered by the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, Brattleboro Memorial Hospital is the first hospital in the country to provide this anti-idling technology for ambulances.

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