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English Español PitPoint will offer green gas at its petrol stations in the Netherlands

The Dutch fuel station chain will started distributing clean CNG at stations to reduce CO2 emissions.



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As of this summer, PitPoint will only supply green gas to its public CNG filling stations in the Netherlands. This change will increase the CO2 profit by refuelling at PitPoint.

The predecessors of PitPoint, DutCH4 and then CNG Net, started offering CNG for Dutch road transport in the past. Green gas is the sustainable variant of CNG sourced from GFT waste, among other things.

"This is a huge step for us. It has always been our goal to supply fully renewable fuel at all our public locations,” said Marja Versleijen, director at PitPoint.

The green gas supplied by PitPoint comes from the Netherlands and originates from residual flows such as manure, GFT waste and sewage sludge.

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