PwC building to be powered by cooking oil

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) will use 45,000 litres of cooking oil to generate low carbon energy in its new headquarters on the Southbank of London.

The company has signed a deal to use what it is says the largest ever office supply of recycled cooking oil from bars, restaurants and businesses across London.

Two 6,000 litre tankers a week will be filled with used cooking oil collected from offices and restaurants from city centre locations.

The oil will be transported to a local refinery, Uptown Biodiesel, and then on to PwC for use in the firm’s state of the art facility on site at their new office at More London.

The company have sourced the supply within the London area to keep the carbon footprint of the project to a minimum.

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