In 2009 R.M.I. has joined the Responsible Care Program, which was launched by the ECTA (European Chemical Transport Association). This program is promoting a healthy and sustainable way to do business and was initiated by the chemical industry in the 1980’s and has spread over the chemical industry globally since then. Recently this scheme has been rolled out to the logistic sector by ECTA and R.M.I. was among the first transport companies to join it. It provides R.M.I with an additional tool to monitor its performance in terms of health, safety and environmental performance in accordance with the rest of the European chemical providers of transport. Data and experience are being shared on this platform with fellow transport companies in order to be able to learn from each other’s experience, to improve the safety performance together and to help the society to reach the targets that are set by the European Union to reduce CO2 emissions. This being said, the choice for intermodal transport by R.M.I. is in itself a choice for ‘green’ logistics compared to other modes of transport, because the part of transport by truck, the most polluting part, is being minimized in this concept. A choice for intermodal transport is clearly a choice that is being supported by the ambitious environmental policy that has been developed by European Union for the next decades.