Posted September 12th, 2019 by Fruidel Team
London’s ultra-low emission zone – What is it?
It comes into force on 8 April 2019, and will initially cover the existing congestion charge zone in central London, but will operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week. From 25 October 2021, it will expand to an area bounded by the north and south circular roads.
Clean air zone charges in Cities throughout the UK
Most diesel drivers will have to pay £12.50 to drive into the centre of London from this April, and similar charges will creep across the country as other regions line up to launch clean air zones in city centres.
The latest diesel cars are the cleanest ever – with emissions that are little different to petrol vehicles.
That’s partly because many use AdBlue: an additive that’s mixed with exhaust gases to convert toxic emissions into harmless substances.
Fruidel’s Corporate Social Responsibility
Fruidel’s Environmental CSR Policy aims to reduce any damaging effects on the environment from business’ processes. Some of these activities include waste management, recycling, reduced energy usage with focus on many pioneering eco-friendly solutions to reduce the businesses carbon footprint.
Fruidel Vans are fitted with AdBlue technology – helping to produce ultra low emissions
We use AdBlue which is fed into the exhaust of all our vans, reacting with the nitrogen oxide gas produced by the combustion process, breaking it down into harmless nitrogen and oxygen. We are aware that emission levels in cities throughout the UK are at dangerous levels in certain areas. We are doing everything possible to keep green and lower C02 emissions.