UPM BioVerno - local diesel from the forest

Diesel from close by
UPM BioVerno is a local, Finnish diesel fuel. It is derived from crude tall oil, a residue of UPM's own pulp production, which mostly originates from Finnish forests.
​This fuel was developed in Finland, and it is produced in the UPM biorefinery in Lappeenranta. Consequently, UPM BioVerno has been granted the Key Flag Symbol for Finnish products.
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​The raw materials of UPM's renewable fuels come from known sources

​A significant portion of the raw material used at the UPM Lappeenranta Biorefinery—the crude tall oil—comes from UPM's own pulp mills in Finland, such as the UPM Kaukas mill site located next door.

Our strict policies on the origins of our raw materials ensure that all wood-based fibre used by UPM comes from legal, traceable sources. UPM is a true pioneer of sustainable forestry.

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The Key Flag Symbol guarantees Finnish origins

​The Association for Finnish Work has granted the Key Flag Symbol to UPM BioVerno. A product qualifies for the Key Flag Symbol when the so-called degree of domestic origin is over 50%, which means that Finnish expenses account for more than half of the total cost price. So, when you fill up your tank with UPM BioVerno, you are fuelling your car with renewable diesel from proven Finnish origins.
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