emissions solutions caltex station in Thailand goes platinum
1 min read | august 11, 2023
A service station in Thailand is going platinum for its best-in-class commitment to sustainability. Located in Bangkok, the Caltex Srinakarin service station is the first in the country to be named a Platinum Level Green Building by the Thailand Rating of Energy and Environmental Sustainability (TREES).
This is the highest accreditation developed by the Thai Green Building Institute (TGBI), a green-building certification group.
by the numbers
As a Chevron-owned, retailer operated station, Caltex Srinakarin achieved high scores across eight main environmental impact categories:
energy and atmosphere
indoor environmental quality
site and landscape
materials and resources
These combined efforts helped the station reduce its carbon dioxide emissions by 28,145 kilograms (roughly 31 tons) each year since 2021.
why it matters
chairman and general manager, chevron Thailand downstream operations
more on that
According to the Climate Change Performance Index, Thailand is among the top 50 countries impacted by climate change. The Southeast Asian country has pledged to achieve carbon neutrality by 2065.
“Chevron believes in achieving a lower carbon future and we’re proud to deliver innovative solutions through our fuels products and business operations,” added Brant Fish, president of International Products. “That’s energy in progress.”
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