Red Diesel changes
Let us help you prepare for the Red Diesel changes coming April 2022
Following the 2020 Budget, legislation to restrict the entitlement to use red diesel and rebated biofuels was announced. From April 1st 2022, a large majority of businesses will no longer be able to use rebated red diesel and will instead need to find appropriate, more environmentally sustainable alternatives. Agreeably, this is a step in the right direction for a greener future but is also a major transition that needs to be navigated correctly
Who will the Red Diesel
duty rule changes apply to?
Plant hire, logistics or waste management
Construction, mining and quarrying
For manufacturing (e.g. ceramics, steel, timber)
Oil and gas extraction
Refrigeration units on lorries
Everything you need to know
WHO IS LIKELY TO BE
Construction, Manufacturing, Distribution (including refrigeration), Waste management, Commercial heating, Leisure, Mining and quarrying
WHAT IS GOING TO
In April 2022, All red diesel vehicles will have to abide by the new regulations and start using white diesel or other alternatives in their vehicles.
HOW TO STAY IN LINE
In order to remain in line with government regulations, we strongly suggest that non-exempt business begin exploring their options now.
WHY WAIT UNTIL APRIL 2022?
Legislation restricting the use of red diesel as a rebated fuel becomes effective on April 1st 2022.
How to stay in line with regulations
In order to remain in line with government regulations, we strongly suggest that non-exempt businesses begin exploring their greener alternatives now. It is important to note that red diesel stocks will need to be fully run down before April 1st 2022.
For our 3 best tips to guarantee compliance, please see our brochure.