What is NESTE MY?
Diesel is made from oil, which is a fossil resource. That is why we call this product fossil diesel.
Neste MY Renewable Diesel is not made from petroleum or natural gas, but from waste vegetable oil products that first served a food function. We also call this product HVO (Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil). Neste MY Renewable Diesel is an HVO, a fossil-free fuel. With Neste MY you reduce over 90% CO2 and over 30% in local emissions such as soot & particulate matter. Neste MY Renewable Diesel is supplied to us by Future Fuels.
What are the benefits of NESTE MY as a diesel replacement?
The use of NESTE MY in diesel engines provides maximum emission benefit. Moreover, the fuel is not only good for the environment and health, but also for the condition of the diesel engine.
- Reduce local emissions, because these have a direct effect on the health
- Improve the CO² footprint to combat climate change
The main features of NESTE MY are:
- More than 90% CO² reduction
- Emission reductions (nitrogen 9%, carbon monoxide 24%, soot & particulates 33%, sulfur 99%)
- EN15940 standardized fuel
- Is made from circular raw materials
- ISCC-EU certified
More about NESTE MY
What is the difference between NESTE MY and normal diesel
Neste MY consists of 100% HVO. HVO is a purely synthetic diesel of high purity, identical to that of GTL. However, GTL is still a fossil fuel, as it is made from natural gas. HVO, on the other hand, is made from biomass. Think of waste and residual streams. This makes our fuel a direct replacement for fossil diesel fuel, with which we achieve a CO2 reduction of up to 90% and a guaranteed emission reduction on particulates, sulfur and nitrogen!
Which industry standards (specifications) does NESTE MY meet?
NESTE MY - the innovative diesel fuel for tomorrow's day, meets the EN15940 standard for paraffinic diesels and is ISSC-EU certified.
Is NESTE MY ISCC-EU certified?
NESTE MY is produced and supplied with the ISCC-EU certificate. This committee ensures that the raw materials meet the following social requirements:
✓ Preventing deforestation.
✓ Preventing "food for fuel" issues.
✓ Equal human rights.