CAA is committed to a cleaner environment. In fact, climate change is one of its four national priorities. But rather than just say it's committed to a cleaner environment, it's also doing something about it. For example, each year CAA runs the Great Battery Round-up when people can bring in their old automotive batteries so they can be recycled. CAA also threw its support behind the new High-Occupancy Vehicle Lanes constructed on highways 403 and 404 in the GTA. And CAA has partnered with Smart Commute to encourage its employees to carpool to and from work with their co-workers if it's a practical solution. This webpage is another way CAA's addressing the issue of climate change.
Autogreen is a program designed to educate members about exactly what contribution their vehicles are making to the environment and how they can take steps to make sure their vehicles are running as cleanly as possible. Autogreen also looks at those contributions in a wider context, taking into consideration the improvements in technology over the last three decades, as well as other air pollution contributors, like heavy industry. So let's take a look at the big picture. – less – More from ZoomInfo »