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Looking after the environment and our customers is in our DNA. We aim to keep transport simple, efficient and as clean as possible. Being ethical means looking after our customers, environment, community and workplace. These pillars are crucial to be the best at what we do whilst contributing to London’s quality of life.
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50 Toyota Mirai Added to the Green Tomato FleetJune 19, 2018 • James Rowe • News
Green Tomato Cars are proud to announce the addition of 50 Toyota Mirai to the fleet. The move is part of a pan-European project to introduce fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs)
Practical Tips to Help You Reduce Your Carbon FootprintJune 12, 2018 • Con McGarry • News
These days, the plight of our environment is the hot potato on everyone’s lips – climate change and global warming are the biggest threat to our planet.
Taxis – The Unsung Heroes Behind London’s Most Fabulous EventsJune 5, 2018 • Ian Bates • News
While the UK capital undoubtedly deserves its fair share of plaudits for the immense attractions and occasions it hosts, there is a special rank of heroes whose praises are far too frequently left unsung – the humble taxi drivers.