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Wren Kitchens to cut emissions by 90% with HVO switchover

Wren Kitchens has announced its commitment to sustainable deliveries by switching 94% of its HGV fleet to 100% renewable diesel. By September this year, more than 200 of Wren Kitchens’ 18-tonne and 44-tonne home delivery trucks will be powered on environmentally friendly HVO (Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil) derived from waste and residue oils.  The move will deliver an immediate cut of up to 90% in CO2 emissions.  HVO is a renewable, low carbon, low emission and fossil-free sustainable alternative to diesel. Without any modifications, it can be used to power most new diesel trucks.  Wren Kitchens has been trialling the initiative For three months, Wren Kitchens has been successfully trialling the initiative at its Barton-upon-Humber depot in North Lincolnshire and no perfo...[Read More]