In the interest of sustainability, we are proud to be using HVO fuel in our Tipper Lorries at a busy HS2 site.
HVO (Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil) fuel comes from 100% renewable sources. Amongst many sustainability benefits, this fuel in our Scania 8 Wheel Tipper lorries is set to reduce emissions by up to 90% compared to standard diesel.
- It contains ZERO Fossil Fuel
- It eliminates CO2 emissions by up to 90%
- It significantly reduces NOx, PM and CO emissions
- It is biodegradable and non - hazardous if spilt
HVO fuel offers our customers an environmentally friendly alternative to standard diesel. Cleaner air on site and on our highways is great for everyone.
Elayne Junak, National Haulage Manager
Lynch has collaborated with HS2 Site Managers to begin using this eco-friendly alternative to diesel. These lorries are out moving material to and from HS2 sites right now. This helps us all to reduce environmental impact and is a great step forward in our sustainability journey. With regular reporting, we will be able to monitor the benefits of using HVO fuel in the short term and in the longer term.
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