May 19th in Accountancy News, Accountancy Profession, PwC by jason2009 .

What do PwC and Black Cabs Have in Common?

Chip fat…

Charles Tyrwhitt UK

The green revolution is gripping everyone these days. The usual connection between Pdubs and black cabs is probably partners’ expense accounts. But chip-fat you ask? Here’s how:

Bloomberg: Cabbies in the U.K. capital city, who spend almost 440,000 pounds ($634,000) a day on diesel, are starting to switch to biodiesel, a fuel derived from vegetable oil, to cut costs. Accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers is also looking at using biodiesel to power its new London office, due to open next year.


So, will Pdubbers be greeted by the delightful smell of chip shops as they arrive fresh for work in the early hours of a cold winters morn?

One expects they’d hope not; especially regular school-night drinkers.

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