Since 2012, PEMA has offered its customers vehicles for hire that can be operated with a mix of diesel fuel and gas. With this dual fuel technology, liquid petroleum gas (LPG) is added to diesel fuel in the intake passage which reduces diesel consumption and ensures more environmentally-friendly combustion.
In so doing, PEMA has helped to pave the way for an innovative and sustainable technology.
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PEMA’s goal is to offer the newest possible fleet with the latest technology at all times, and to invest annually in about 3,000 new semi-trailer units and motor vehicles. We want to exceed the regulatory environmental standards wherever possible with our own solutions.
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The PEMA cogeneration unit proves that PEMA looks to act sustainably not only within its own fleet of vehicles, but also within the company itself. The PEMA cogeneration unit was honoured as part of the Environmental Efficiency Awards. In addition to reducing potential environmental risks and significantly reducing energy consumption, the issue of improving the well-being of PEMA employees is also of great importance.
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The installation of a new biological system for processing water from the garage area demonstrations just how the PEMA company handles resources responsibly.
The car wash facility can capture up to approximately 14,000 litres. Upstream from this is a sludge trap with approximate volume of 30 cubic meters.
Environmental concerns were also at the forefront in the installation of a new 19.5 meter-long painting and drying booth. The system offers a dry separation and a vertical airflow with frequency converter and is fed with thermal energy from the cogeneration unit. Moreover, the booth can be divided with a built-in rolling gate. As a result, painting or drying can be carried out separately from each other in two closed spaces.
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