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Maxol rolls out hvoPRO-branded renewable diesel in Ireland

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As part of its greener vehicle-mobility strategy, Ireland-based Maxol has announced the introduction of hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO) to selected forecourts nationwide.


Produced from renewable feedstocks, including nonfood-grade vegetable oils, used cooking oils and residue fat fractions, Maxol hvoPRO reduces carbon emissions by up to 90 percent compared to regular diesel.  


Starting this spring, eight sites across Ireland’s leading family-owned forecourt and convenience retailer now offer Maxol hvoPRO, a more ecofriendly, low-carbon fuel:

  • M3 Mulhuddart and Turvey in Dublin.

  • Coolshannagh in Monaghan and in Northern Ireland-Mallusk.

  • Townparks in Antrim.

  • Eglinton in Derry.

  • Ballymore in West Belfast.

  • Tannaghmore on the A26 from Antrim to Ballymena.

Additional sites will be added later this year.


“Maxol hvoPRO underlines our commitment to customer choice and is a key element of our strategy to be a leading provider of greener fuels in Ireland,” said Brian Donaldson, CEO of the Maxol Group. “We are hugely focused on mobility innovation, and this includes providing lower-emission fuels and electric-vehicle charging solutions for our private motorists, fleet and fuel-card customers.”


Maxol aimed to have 30 percent of its fleet running on Maxol hvoPRO by the end of May with plans to increase that to 50 percent by early 2025.


The company said this move aligns with Maxol’s mission to reduce its carbon footprint across various aspects of the business.


Maxol hvoPRO, derived from waste products that meet international sustainability and carbon standards, aligns with Maxol’s commitment to cleaner fuel alternatives.



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