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Peugeot sets up green network

PEUGEOT is attempting to step up its offering to fleets with environmentally-friendly policies by urging its dealers to comply with a 'green dealer network' campaign.

The firm hopes 200 of its dealers will be part of the programme by the end of 2004, which will ensure that the greenest methods for disposing items such as waste oil and filters, scrap metal, packaging, plastics and tyres are used. A pilot programme is already in place.

Rod Philpot, parts and services director at Peugeot, explained: 'This is a Europe-wide programme that aims to guide dealers and provide them with a thorough, easy understanding of what constitutes responsible environmental management. We will provide all the necessary training and all the tools required to meet Peugeot's demanding environmental standards.'

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