CCF, a drywall and ceiling product distributor, announces it has invested in a sustainable fuel source to cut carbon emissions across its delivery fleet.
The distributor will be using hydrotreated vegetable oil to make deliveries, the move to a more sustainable fuel source is part of its commitment to reduce the carbon footprint generated by lorries.
CCF explained that the HVO fuel they are using is sustainably sourced and made from waste materials such as cooking oils and other waste oils. It also added that it has the potential to reduce other emissions, including nitrogen oxide by up to 30% and particulates by up to 85% and requires no modification to existing diesel engines.
The move also supports the manufacturers growing involvement in the public sector where it is working with main contractors and specialist contractors to deliver Government’s Net Zero strategy.
CCF has previously installed energy saving solutions, such as LED lighting and solar panels.