Recent News & Updates

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...

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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,...

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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...

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Add a New Tradition this Memorial Day

As you prepare to remember those members of the armed forces who gave their lives fighting for our nation, consider adding a new tradition to your Memorial Day activities. In past times of conflict and war, U.S. residents here at home have been asked to conserve key...

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GLACC Leadership Transition- Kellee Christensen Named Coordinator

Over the past six years, Greater Lansing Area Clean Cities (GLACC) has been professionally managed by Kuntzsch Business Services, Inc. (KBS). KBS is a Grand Ledge, Michigan based consultancy that has incubated GLACC and helped the organization develop relationships and manage programs. Over these years, GLACC has established a strong regional voice that has positioned the organization in a place where it can be managed independently by its active Board of Directors, volunteers, and members.

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Greater Lansing Area Clean Cities and Partners Replace School Buses in Tri-County Region

School districts in Michigan have been under budgetary pressure for years, so it takes ingenuity to keep up with operational demands when resources are scarce. Over the past year, Greater Lansing Area Clean Cities (GLACC) has worked with Genesee Intermediate School District, Haslett Public Schools, Mason Public Schools, Waverly Community Schools, and Williamston Community Schools to replace aging school buses with new buses that deliver higher fuel economy and lower emissions.

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