Fuel Solution Radically Reduce Carbon Emissions

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Emergency Services Times comments that “The NHS is responsible for around 4% of the nation’s carbon emissions.  To combat this, at the beginning of October, the NHS Chief Executive Sir Simon Stevens laid out his vision for the NHS to be the world’s first ‘net zero’ national health service, setting a target of becoming net zero by 2040 and cutting harmful emissions by 80% over the next 12 years. The fact this has remained a top priority during the worst pandemic speaks volumes.  It is accepted that change will not happen overnight and it will take time to implement.  What can hospitals, ambulance services, police and fire and rescue services do immediately to make an instant impact on reducing emissions? One answer lies in replacing the use of fossil diesel fuel by switching to GREEND+, a new enhanced form of HVO paraffinic fuel that is sustainable, ultra-low emission fossil free diesel alternative.