- The initiative has been started by a Bharat Petroleum fuel station in Pune.
- It reduces the physical interaction between customers and attendants at the petrol pump.
- Customers can choose to refuel by cost, volume or even fill a full tank.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, an increasing number of businesses are looking to incorporate social distancing in their daily activities. One such example is a Bharat Petroleum (BP) fuel pump located in Pune, which has introduced a new self-service system under an ‘Atmanirbhar’ campaign.
How does the ‘Atmanirbhar’ self-service pump work?
This system negates the need for an attendant at the petrol pump to help with refuelling, thereby promoting social distancing.
There are three main ways in which a customer can operate the fuel pump machine. The first is to fill by quantity of fuel, for which the customer can enter the…