Enterprise Receives Sustainability Products & Services Award

Enterprise Rent-A-Car has received MetLife’s first-ever Sustainability Products & Services Award. The award recognizes suppliers that go above and beyond in their sustainability efforts and provide MetLife with innovative and impactful sustainable products, services, and partnerships, according to the company.

Enterprise has been exploring the viability of urban mobility and alternative fuels, increasing access to fuel-efficient vehicles, minimizing waste, and more. According to the company, 66% of its U.S. and Canadian fleet averages 28 mpg or better.

Enterprise’s carbon offset program helps organizations manage their carbon emissions and supports projects that remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. To date, Enterprise has estimated that the program has offset a cumulative total of more than 120,700 metric tons of carbon, which is equivalent to saving an estimated 13.5 million gallons of gasoline and 280,700 barrels of oil.

Enterprise Rent-A-Car works with partners to re-refine more than 5 million gallons of engine oil to be reused in the Enterprise fleet, which helps the environment and lowers costs.

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