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Vaculug Fleet on HVO for Sustainability

Vaculug Fleet HVO Sustainability

In line with their #sustainablethinking policy, all Vaculug heavy vehicles are now ready to be fueled by Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil, otherwise known as HVO which is the next generation low-carbon diesel.

Vaculug’s Vehicles Ready to be Fuelled By Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil

HVO is derived from used cooking oils, residue animal fats from food processing, tall oil, and non-food grade crops.

Whilst HVO is more expensive, it is much better for the environment than regular diesel as it is renewable and sustainable. Its use will therefore be critical in helping the UK to achieve its net-zero carbon goal, despite the current market’s hydrotreated vegetable oil cost. HVO oil is made from crops that do not harm the environment or natural ecosystems, and it does not contribute as heavily to global deforestation.


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