LPG and LNG supplier FloGas has added liquid biomethane bio-LNG to its range, claiming to be the first to supply the fuel off-grid.
Using bio-methane allows operators to achieve carbon emission reductions of up to 80%, it suggests.
The biomethane supplied by Flogas is produced from anaerobic digestion facilities, in which organic matter such as food, sewage sludge and animal waste is broken down to produce a methane-rich gas that is chemically almost identical to LNG.
David Taylor, head of corporate affairs and innovation at Flogas, said: “We’re so convinced by the benefits of bio-LNG that we’ve just added new bio-LNG trucks to our own fleet.
“These trucks are just one of many positive steps the business is taking, as we move towards a cleaner, greener future.”
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