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Driving Down Carbon Emissions with Bio-LNG Trucks
Bio-LNG trucks produce over 80 per cent less emissions than diesel alternatives. Read about how Flogas are implementing these vehicles into their fleet.
Rising High at Bristol Balloon Fiesta
Flogas are again the official supplier of gas to the Bristol Balloon Fiesta 2019, held every year over four days in Ashton Court Estate in Bristol.
Brewing Success: Tips for Launching a Microbrewery | Flogas
The growth of craft beers available in the UK has increased tenfold in recent years. Read this article by Flogas if you want to get involved in the revolution.
Gin Distilleries: A Growing Trend
If you are an inspiring gin-entrepreneur, then read this Flogas article which offers you some top tips in cracking the latest trend in the UK market.
QV Foods switches LPG supplier
Potato and vegetable production company, QV Foods, has switched its forklift truck (FLT) LPG supply from a competitor provider to Flogas, in a move that will save it a significant 30% on its bills. This saving has meant the company has also been able to fund a brand new, centrally located gas hub – providing a convenient and safe refuelling station for its LPG FLT fleet.
Flogas climbs five places in top Leicestershire business ranking
We’re pleased to announce that we have once again been named as a leading Leicestershire business by The Leicester Mercury – climbing five places to number 25 in the newspaper’s 2019 Top 200 Companies List.
Flogas' Reaction to the PM's Net Zero Emissions Announcement
As a leading LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) supplier we have welcomed the Prime Minister’s decision to set the 2050 net zero emissions target into UK law – it is a a much-needed step forward for homes and businesses not connected to the mains gas grid.
How To Control Fleas on your Pets
Fleas are parasites of the insect family and are known for their ability to jump, thanks to their strong back legs. They are easy to recognise, as they have a flat body, three pairs of legs and a mouth specially designed to suck blood. However they can be difficult to spot, due to their tiny size (fleas are only around 2-3 mm in length), especially if pets with a dark, long or thick coat. This means you might not be aware of them until you find a fleabite on your pet or you.