Safety and environment
Given the nature of its activities, Dyneff has always been particularly sensitive to environmental protection, and throughout its expansion it has developed an important security culture.
Dyneff continues its environmental commitment today. Its priority is to reduce CO2 emissions and to encourage reduced energy consumption.
Safety is an integral part of supply chain logistics and of managing storage infrastructures. The safety approach includes safety and technological monitoring and an ongoing training process, as well as investments aimed at reducing risks. Dyneff also provides all the necessary advice and solutions to professionals and individuals in terms of storage and distribution.
Reducing emissions of CO2
Dyneff is committed to implementing a proactive and voluntary approach to reduce CO2 emissions. In its role of transporter, Dyneff has signed the“ Objectif CO 2 ”
charter that was drawn up by the MEEDDAT and the ADEME in conjunction with the road freight transport industry organisations, and is committed to improving its environmental performance. Furthermore, Dyneff invests in its gas station and retail agency networks in terms of distributing green fuel.
Its commitment also covers limiting energy consumption in line with the “Objectif CO2” charter, as well as by developing new concepts of High Environmental Quality gas stations within its network of stations(read the release).
In terms of Energy Saving certificates, the Dyneff 'Eco-Cheques-Dyneff' programme set-up by Dyneff in 2005 financially supports the efforts made by individuals and professionals to save energy.
MEEDAT: Ministère de l’Ecologie, de l’Energie, du Développement Durable et de l’Aménagement du Territoire
(French Ministry of Ecology, Energy, Sustainable Development, Transport and Housing)
ADEME: Agence de l'Environnement et de la Maîtrise de l'Energie
(French Environment and Energy Management Agency)