Environmental guidance for your business in Northern Ireland & Scotland
There are several organisations that can provide further information on using and producing biofuel for transport.
The Department for Transport (DfT) is responsible for the transport system in the UK.
The Renewable Energy Association (REA) represents the UK's renewable energy industry including renewable fuel producers.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) collects and administers direct and indirect taxes and pays and administers benefits, funds and tax credits.
Energy Saving Trust is a non-profit organisation that provides information for businesses on transport issues such as alternative fuels and efficient fleet management.
Renewable Energy Centre provides information on different types of renewable energy including those used for transport.
The Scottish Government is responsible for the transport network and for developing sustainable transport in Scotland.
The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) shapes and reviews regulations, produces research and statistics and enforces the law relating to health and safety.
You can get help to develop a more circular approach to your business activities from a number of business support organisations. This can be in the form of advice and training as well as funding opportunities.
In Northern Ireland see our page: Business support organisations - Northern Ireland
In Scotland see our page: Business support organisations - Scotland
Biofuels for transport further information
Guidance - Noise and vibration management: environmental permits, Guidance - Noise and vibration management: environmental permits
Environmental Plans, Principles and Governance for Northern Ireland – Synopsis of Responses, Public responses to the Discussion Document: Environmental Plans, Principles and Governance
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