New numbers from the California Air Resources Board demonstrate the importance of renewable fuels in cutting greenhouse gases from heavy-duty vehicles in California.
Eight biodiesel users from across the country received matching funds from the National Biodiesel Board to share their success stories with wraps, decals, or other vehicle branding efforts.
This project will enable the city to qualify for grants available to renewable fuel producers under the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Renewable Fuel Standard.
The DPW began an evaluation of the technology in 2018, when the Optimus system was installed on six garbage and recycling trucks. The Vector System allows these medium- and heavy-duty vehicles to run on pure biodiesel
The pilot B100 program cuts carbon emissions from refuse vehicles by 84%.