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Now very invested in the environmental cause, the chain of fast-food Mcdonald’s continues its commitment to the environment.
The chain of fast-food american, Mcdonald’s continues its green revolution. She wants to change the habits of its consumers. And this to their great happiness ! MCE explains to you all.
This is a new step in their ecological transition ! In the past few months, Mcdonald’s has been involved in the environmental cause.
After years of over-consumption of plastic and pollution, the american giant has had enough. The change is now !
As well, the one that is home to nearly 38 000 restaurants in the World continues its green revolution. And not least !
In effect, Mcdonald’s will think of everything. To save the planet and limit the damage, all means are good. Then in Ireland and Great Britain, he concluded a partnership with the company InstaVolt.
The interest ? Install on car park charging stations for electric vehicles. Therefore, consume while also charging the battery of his car. It is rather convenient, isn’t it ?
In another way, the giant fast-food encourages its customers to adopt a hybrid car. You will have understood ; imust stick together to defeat the pollution !
Mcdonald’s gives background
Since the arrest of their cups, Mcdonald’s gives background. Very engaged in the cause environment, the american giant no longer does anything half-way.
As well, the idea would be to develop this new service in all the restaurants in Europe. After all, pollution has no boundaries !
Then, the CEO of Mcdonald’s, Paul Pomroy, said : ” With more than 1,300 restaurants, we would like to do the longer you leave it far from a charging point. “It is rather nice !
“As we look to a return to normal service after the COVID-19, the drivers will be able to come and have a coffee or a meal and benefit from a 80% charge in 20 minutes. “ Wow !
Moreover, some countries in Northern Europe have already tried this service. And the results are really good !
For the moment, “McDo” in France is not expressed yet on the subject. Yes, each thing in its time. But this idea could very well arrive on our parkings ! Then, case to follow…