Recognition for Crown Oil’s environmental contribution

Crown Oil wins HazardEx award

Mark Andrews, general manager, Crown Oil managing director with the HazardEx award, Alison Maguire, sales manager, Steve Land, general manager at Derwent Power Station and Gary Oldbury, sales manager

Crown Oil has won a HazardEx award for its environmental contribution to industry.

The award follows a flawless operation – reported in Fuel Oil News – in which the company removed and recycled 6.4 million litres of gas oil from Derwent Power Station in Derbyshire.

General manager, Mark Andrews, commented: “Transport and fuel oils are our core business. We strive to be responsible in the way we conduct the business and minimise our environmental impact in every way we can.  To win recognition for this is something of which all the team can be very proud.” 

Crown Oil takes its environmental responsibilities seriously, says Mark. The company opened an environmentally friendly HQ just last year, and all fuel deliveries by the company are carbon offset.  Additionally, it offers red diesel users options to totally carbon offset their fuel.  For combined heat and power plants, Crown has a high grade biofuel, derived from 100% sustainable sources.  This enables users to collect maximum renewable obligation certificates to offset against other carbon producing activity.

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