Eni to Collect Used Vegetable Oil from Employees for Biofuel
Eni has signed an agreement with Utilitalia and CONOE to boost the collection of used vegetable oil produced in the homes of its employees.
The oil will be processed through Eni’s bio-refinery in Venice for subsequent transformation into HVO, the bio-component of the premium fuel Eni Diesel+.
Collection will be made from Eni sites across the country, including operational headquarters and production plants.
“This is a further field of activity in Eni’s commitment for a sustainable energy future,” an Eni spokesperson said in a company statement.
Utilitalia is the federation of public owned energy, water and environmental companies, while CONOE represents the national consortium for the collection and treatment of oil and used vegetable and animal fat.
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