Inspenet, April 26, 2023
Repsol activated 134 used cooking oil collection points at its service stations in the Community of Madrid, in Spain. This is a new service that the company is offering to its customers starting this month to facilitate the sustainable management of this household waste.
The company thus promotes the circular economy by using this oil as a raw material to produce renewable fuels, to achieve net zero CO 2 emissions by 2050.
“This new service reinforces our bond with the customer, who is the center of our activity. We hope that you will welcome this action with the same enthusiasm with which we are launching it. This initiative also exemplifies our commitment to the circular economy and the decarbonisation of transport, in which we want our customers to participate”, commented Valero Marín, General Director of Repsol’s Client area.
Repsol will offer a discount of 30 cents per liter to refuel
Users of the Waylet application will also be able to benefit from a discount of 30 cents per liter of used cooking oil delivered to available points in the Community of Madrid for an upcoming refueling.
Repsol will start operations at the first plant on the Iberian Peninsula, in Cartagena, which will manufacture 250,000 tons of advanced biofuels from waste each year, in addition to the 750,000 tons that the company currently produces.
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