HVO is produced by the hydrotreatment of vegetable oils, grease waste, or residues from the food/agriculture industry and is made of 100% renewable raw materials. HVO Fuel does not contain FAME (Fatty acid methyl ester) and has a naturally high cetane number which results in easy ignition, reduction in smoke and particulates emissions.
Gd+ HVO is a 100% sustainable renewable paraffinic diesel substitute. It reduces harmful emissions of NOX and total particulate matter (TPM). Being an organic waste-derived fuel derived from organic waste, Gd+ HVO reduces greenhouse gas emissions significantly and drops into your diesel engine with no modifications required.
The Renewable Fuels Assurance Scheme is an initiative designed and managed by Zemo Partnership that aims to give fleet operators independent assurance of purchasing sustainable, low-carbon fuels which have been approved under the Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation (RTFO).
Craggs Energy is the approved distributor for GBF Ltd’s Gd+ HVO Fuel which has been supercharged with an engine-enhancing additive.
Investing in reducing your carbon footprint could give you the competitive edge when it comes to standing out in a crowded marketplace. Going green can do wonders for your public image and profile when tendering for contracts. Knowing that you are conducting business in an eco-friendly manner allows you to introduce a green angle to your marketing strategy and attract new ethically focused consumers.
Going green now could save you a significant amount further down the line, should the government or your industry enforce specific green provisions or regulations.
Most large organisations and public bodies now have a rigorous sustainability policy, meaning they seek out and favour green partner companies over less sustainable competitors.
It’s important to show your green credentials in every part of the supply chain and if your business is competing for a piece of work, demonstrating your green credentials can help set you apart.
Green-focused businesses often take advantage of a far wider range of grants, loans and funding than a traditional business might.
Going green doesn’t only foster positive feelings from customers. Employees feel safer working for green businesses. Involving workers in company-wide green initiatives can boost the morale of your team. This is also a good way to reduce turnover because employees don’t want to leave a place that makes them feel as if they are a part of a work community that cares.
According to the recruitment website Totaljobs, more than a quarter of UK employees would consider taking a substantial pay cut to work at a more environmentally responsible organisation. For Millennials alone, this figure leaps up to 50%.