Nisa Today’s plans to start running duel fuel vehicles from its Scunthorpe distribution centre.
It has applied to North Lincolnshire Council for planning permission to install a bio-methane fuelling station at the distribution centre in Bloom Lane, Scunthorpe.
The plan involves installing two 20 tonne steel tanks plus ancilliary equipment.
Scunthorpe is the largest of four Nisa-Today’s distribution centres at 625,000sq ft. It employs 820 staff.
The other sites are Harlow, Stoke and a recent addition in Livingston. DHL manages the ambient, frozen and chilled products through all four warehouses.