Many leisure businesses in rural areas, from hotels and pubs to golf clubs and spas, rely on LPG to provide the heat, hot water, and cooking facilities they need to service millions of visitors each year.
In industry, LPG is growing in popularity as a clean and low carbon fuel for a range of applications. It is used for space and process-heating, to power industrial ovens in the production of food, in kilns and furnaces, as well as in powering forklift trucks to help cut harmful emissions in warehouses. Also supplied in portable cylinders, LPG can be used by commerce and industry, wherever energy is needed.
The British agricultural sector also depends on LPG for processes such as crop drying, poultry rearing and greenhouse heating – all of which improves the quality of produce that ends up on your plate.
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The trade association for the LPG industry in the UK