Liquigas Malta Limited, the main supplier of LPG in Malta, has chosen green as the brand colour for its gas cylinders, a colour often associated with the environment and safety. The first consignment of around 15,000 new green cylinders are being introduced by Liquigas in the Maltese market this week.
“Liquigas is highlighting the fact that LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) is the cleanest source of energy available. Furthermore, through the introduction of the green cylinders, we want to express Liquigas’ ongoing commitment to quality, safety and a cleaner environment in Malta,” said Roberto Capelluto, CEO of Liquigas Malta.
Eventually, all the existing cylinders on the market will have their colour changed to green in a phased process, and the familiar yellow cylinders will be slowly phased out. The LPG gas inside both types of cylinders is identical in all respects.
Earlier this year Liquigas Malta Ltd took over responsibility for the sales and distribution of LPG in the Maltese islands. Enemalta is still responsible for the operation of the Gas Division Plant in Qajjenza and the filling of gas cylinders until Gasco Energy will complete the construction of a new LPG storage and filling plant using the latest technology in Benghajsa.
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