City of Espoo to use Neste biodiesel in diesel-powered machines

The Public Works Department at the City of Espoo has decided to use Neste MY Renewable Diesel in all of its diesel-powered machines.

Photo courtesy of Neste.
Photo courtesy of Neste.

Neste MY Renewable Diesel is produced entirely from waste and residues. The transition to renewable diesel is part of the City of Espoo's target to make Espoo completely carbon neutral by 2030. The aim is for the City of Espoo to switch all of its diesel engines to renewable diesel in stages.

Neste MY renewable diesel is now available at the Neste service station in Muurala, Espoo

In Finland, Neste MY Renewable Diesel has also been adopted by the City of Porvoo, and by companies such as Lassila & Tikanoja and DB Schenker. Other users of Neste MY Renewable Diesel are the Finnish airport operator Finavia, in its airport buses at Helsinki Airport, and the non-governmental aid organization UFF in its logistics chain.

As part of Europe's largest coordinated advanced biofuels project BioSata, Neste provides Helsinki City Construction Services, Stara, with premium-quality, entirely waste and residue based Neste MY Renewable Diesel to be used in Stara's working machines and trucks.

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