The scheme has continued to grow in membership and strength, this page is dedicated to illustrating the progress and efforts made by it’s members who continue to deliver impressive emission savings year on year.

The Logistics Carbon Review 2017 incorporates the seventh annual results of the Logistics Emissions Reduction Scheme (previously Logistics Carbon Reduction Scheme). The report revealed members have achieved an impressive seven per cent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions since 2010. Members continue to significantly outperform industry as a whole, which is struggling to reduce carbon emissions at all.
Main achievements from the report include;

  • Average kg of CO2e per vehicle kilometre in 2015 has reduced by nearly 12 per cent compared with 2005
  • Members have reduced their carbon emissions by 7 per cent since 2010
  • Over 35 per cent of members HGV fleet has upgraded to Euro VI

Click here to read the full report.

In 2018, the scheme released an updated edition to the Logistics Carbon Review,the results incorporated member data for 2016. The results confirmed members are consistently reducing vehicle emissions and fuel costs from their operations.
Main achievements from the report include;

  • The 2016 average kg of CO2e per vehicle km of 0.75, has reduced from the 0.76 achieved by the scheme in 2015
  • 40 per cent of members HGV fleet is Euro VI; this is a continuous upward trend amongst scheme members
  • Just under half of members van fleet are Euro 5 and just over a quarter are Euro 6
  • Members continue to outperform the industry as a whole

Click here to read the full report.