Carbon Neutral by the End of 2018 

In 2014, the transportation sector was the source of 23% of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in Canada. It is second only to the oil and gas sector as the largest source of GHG emissions in Canada. Transportation emissions are widely distributed as they originate from millions of independent sources, for example each vehicle’s tailpipe. GHGs that are produced by the combustion of petroleum fuels consist predominantly of carbon dioxide and smaller amounts of nitrous oxide.

Smith Ness Conservation Project

In 2018 King Tours and Limousine Service has planted trees in the Smith Ness Conservation Area near Niagara Falls Ontario.  Each tree will be planted and dedicated to a specific customer or transportation project.  The goal is to plant and dedicate enough trees to offset the entire carbon footprint our buses create.

See our project in action:

How Much CO2 Does a Tree Offset?

A tree can absorb as much as 48 pounds of carbon dioxide per year and can sequester 1 ton of carbon dioxide by the time it reaches 40 years old. That’s about 22 kg / yr or 455 kg /.