How RENEW™ Improves Community Support
Contributing to our community support is easy! All you need to do is fill up at any of the participating 7-Eleven stores located in Washington, Oregon, and Wisconsin. The RENEW™ program automatically calculates your estimated tailpipe emissions and invest in certified carbon reduction projects. Most noteworthy projects include planting trees, solar power generation, landfill gas capture, and more, resulting in up to 30% reduced emissions.
The best part is, you don’t have to do anything differently. Just pump your gas as you normally would, and know that every time you fill up at 7-Eleven, the RENEW™ program reduces your emissions and plants trees in order to support your community!
You pump the same high-quality
We plant trees in your community and support other carbon reduction projects.
Together we reduce emissions and breathe easy!
First of all, 7-Eleven RENEW™ is a program specifically designed to help improve community support and the environment. We accomplish this by reducing your tailpipe emissions. Furthermore, we plant trees locally with the Arbor Day Foundation in Washington, Oregon, Wisconsin, and many other locations.
While you fill up at 7-Eleven, YOU are making a direct and positive impact on your community – it’s a difference you can breathe! That’s why we say “Pump Here. Plant Trees.” As a result, you help us provide better community support.
Interested in learning more? Want to see what projects we are supporting and all the improvements you’re making? Then click the link or send us a comment about what else you’d like to see when you fill up 7-Eleven.
7-Eleven Corporate Sustainability
2025 Goal: Reduce our energy footprint in stores and offices by 20% using a baseline of 2015.
Reducing our impact on the environment is a major focus for 7‑Eleven. Therefore we’ve taken big steps by strategically investing in several energy and sustainability programs that increase efficiency and reduce waste and resource consumption.
We’ve implemented several innovative measures, like LED lighting, energy management systems and high-efficiency HVAC units. As a result, 7‑Eleven has reduced annual CO2 emissions by an estimated 300,000 metric tons and decreased annual electricity use by 21%.
LED lighting - a bright idea in energy conversation
7‑Eleven’s LED lighting program is part of our energy-efficient store design standard. LED lights are energy-efficient, reduce the use of hazardous materials and comply with local regulations to reduce light pollution. Plus, they improve the quality of lighting, while supporting a safer store and a better shopping experience for customers. Therefore this program is a big contributor to our overall CO2 reduction goals.
Conserving a natural resource
7‑Eleven understands that efficient use of water helps reduce the demands on our water supply and preserve an essential natural resource. To reduce water consumption, we’re installing low-flow aerator faucets as part of our standard energy-efficient design plan for all new stores.
Managing the energy we use
7‑Eleven has strengthened our energy management strategy by implementing energy management systems (EMS) in stores. They’re used to monitor, control and optimize the performance of HVAC and refrigeration equipment. EMS enables remote control of HVAC and other energy-consuming equipment, and generates real-time data used to perform self-diagnostic and optimization routines to reduce energy consumption and manage costs.
Memberships that promote a healthier planet
To enhance our role as positive stewards of the environment , 7‑Eleven holds memberships with prominent environmental organizations. Click to learn more