DKV Euro Service Offers Filling Card for Carbon-Neutral Refuelling

24. September 2014

Customers from Germany can now also offset emissions that arise when refuelling using their filling card. DKV Euro Service offers the Card Climate for this purpose. Projects in Madagascar and in China benefit from this.

DKV Euro Service, refulling, carbon neutrality

Driving results in CO2 emissions. Business partners increasingly demand proof of how a transport firm deals with these emissions. They can be avoided and reduced up to a certain point, e.g. through driver training, vehicle services and intelligent route planning.

The remaining CO2 emissions can now be offset in full by DKV Euro Service customers through myclimate. The company offers a filling card for CO2-neutral refuelling for this purpose. Users of the card actively support climate protection and high-quality myclimate projects such as “Solar and efficient cookers in Madagascar” and “Efficient biomass cookers in Shanxi, China”. Alongside the positive effects for the environment, the positive life cycle assessment creates a clear competitive edge and strengthens a company’s brand. To make their commitment evident externally, DKV Euro Service and myclimate offer certification. This attests to the complete compensation of CO2 emissions.

The DKV MOBILITY SERVICES Group is also active in the area itself and has retroactively offset all CO2 emissions at the headquarters in Ratingen for 2013. To this end, the corporate group invested in certified myclimate climate protection projects to save the current emissions of 3,448 tonnes of CO2 per year elsewhere. “The measurement and compensation of our CO2 emissions is an important foundation for us,” said Dr Alexander Hufnagl, DKV Managing Director. “We will be working on continuously reducing our CO2 emissions on this basis in coming years.”

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