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Greater Lansing Area Clean Cities (GLACC) is a coalition of stakeholders working to achieve cleaner air and energy security in mid-Michigan through alternative fuel and vehicle usage, and fuel economy practices.  Stakeholders include fleets, corporations, nonprofit organizations, utilities, local governments, and individuals – anyone interested in ways cleaner fuels, vehicles, and practices can improve our air quality and energy security.


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    Good Time Had by All at June Events

    Summer is heating up and here at Clean Cities we’re taking advantage of these warm and sunny days with fun filled events. June 17 was a beautiful (if a bit humid) Michigan summer day at Michigan State University – the host location of the host of GLACC’s Jump Start Your Green Fleet with Propane event. […]

    Step up! Michigan fleets should lead in propane use

    Does it seem to you that Michigan’s green efforts happen under the radar? Why is that – are Michiganders just too humble to toot their own horns? Well, if that’s the case, it’s high time we started cheerleading the great things we’re doing to make our region and our state cleaner and greener every day. […]

    Indoor Air Quality: Propane can Help

    Did you know, over 600,000 forklift and other indoor industrial vehicles are keeping indoor air quality clean in the United States? To help support this trend, GLACC member Suburban Propane has taken the lead in supporting this clean option for warehouses, factories, and other facilities by introducing the Carbon Monoxide (CO) Emissions Controller for Propane […]

    GLACC Blog – May 30, 2014

    Did you know that a commercial lawn mower can use as much gasoline or diesel annually as a commercial work truck? Your machine may not operate on the road, but it can be a fuel hog. That’s why it’s important for lawn and landscape companies to use alternative fuels. Propane is the alt fuel of […]