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Did you know that air pollution causes 40,000 to 50,000 early deaths a year across the country?

Last year the Supreme Court ordered the government to produce an action plan for tackling the air quality crisis. It included plans for Clean Air Zones in Birmingham, Leeds, Southampton, Nottingham and Derby as well as proposals for Ultra-Low Emission Zones.

Combating the current crisis is now a top priority for the UK government and local authorities have a responsibility under the Local Air Quality Management legislation to monitor and review their own air quality against national targets.

LPG fuel is an immediate solution and is the third most popular automotive fuel available with 25 million vehicles around the world already using it.

Why use LPG

Did you know that air pollution causes 40,000 to 50,000 early deaths a year across the country?

Last year the Supreme Court ordered the government to produce an action plan for tackling the air quality crisis. It included plans for Clean Air Zones in Birmingham, Leeds, Southampton, Nottingham and Derby as well as proposals for Ultra-Low Emission Zones.

Combating the current crisis is now a top priority for the UK government and local authorities have a responsibility under the Local Air Quality Management legislation to monitor and review their own air quality against national targets.

LPG fuel is an immediate solution and is the third most popular automotive fuel available with 25 million vehicles around the world already using it.

Environmental Benefits of LPG

As one of the cleanest fuels available, Autogas even has a low environmental impact in production due to it being a by-product of natural gas extraction and crude oil refining.

  • CO2 emissions of Autogas are up to 15 per cent lower than petrol

  • NOx emissions (one of the main contributors to smog) from Autogas are up to 80 per cent lower than diesel

  • There are up to 98 per cent fewer harmful particulates in the emissions from Autogas than in other fuels
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Cost savings of LPG

Local authorities are not only helping to save the environment by converting their vehicles to run on LPG fuel, they are also saving themselves a fortune at the pumps.

The average price per litre is around half that of petrol or diesel, which means you can save around 40 per cent in fuel costs.

The average cost of converting a vehicle to run on LPG fuel is £1,500 and with 225 sites for re-fuelling nationwide, Aberdeen to Hayle in Cornwall, it couldn’t be easier to fill up your vehicle.

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