Reduce your carbon footprint with Texaco’s Hoʻāla program

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Texaco in Hawaii is taking a stand to reduce carbon emissions through its Ho`āla program. For every gallon of gas you pump at Island Energy Services Texaco branded stations in Hawaii, the program offsets your tailpipe emissions by up to 30 percent through investments in certified carbon reduction projects and local environmental initiatives. You don’t have to do anything extra, just simply pull up to Texaco, and the team there will take care of the rest. It’s a simple way to lower your carbon footprint!

“To date, Texaco has offset carbon emissions equivalent to driving 90 million miles. That’s the distance from here to the sun!” says Brand Manager Heather Namahoe. “We are all blessed to live in Hawaii – one of the most beautiful places on Earth. When we reduce our carbon footprint, we help protect the natural resources so future generations can to continue to thrive.”

While Texaco sells gasoline products, the company decided to take a greener approach to business because of its local workforce.

“We’re headquartered here, and we’re always striving to be Hawaii’s most reliable and safe energy provider today and into the future,” Namahoe explains. “Ho`āla is a natural first step to help transition consumers to a cleaner tomorrow.”

So if you’re looking to reduce your carbon footprint, all you have to remember is fill up at Texaco every time. It’s as simple as that, and it will reduce the carbon emissions from your fill-up by up to 30 percent.

Another quick tip to reduce your mileage, which can also help reduce your carbon footprint, is to lighten your load. Instead of driving around with a full trunk, take out what you don’t need! The heavier your car, the more fuel you’ll need.

To find out more about Texaco in Hawaii or the Ho`āla program, be sure to follow Texaco in Hawaii on Facebook and Instagram @texacoinhawaii or visit our

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