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Biodiesel Powers More Fleets Than Ever

Biodiesel use has dramatically increased the last few years, with production at a high of 450 million gallons in 2007. A number of private and public sector fleets have already discovered its benefits.

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The 'Safe Way' to Go Green

The 'Safe Way' to Go Green

By converting the entire Safeway supermarket truck fleet to biodiesel, the grocery retailer has reduced carbon dioxide emissions by 34,000 metric tons.

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Fleets Go Green Without Going Broke

Alt-fuel vehicle pioneers Verizon, UPS, and Coca-Cola, among others, implement cost-conscious green fleet initiatives to reduce their carbon footprints. Through pilot testing and monitoring, their programs operate as models for others.

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Biodiesel Powers More Fleets Than Ever

Biodiesel Powers More Fleets Than Ever

Biodiesel use has dramatically increased the last few years, with production at a high of 450 million gallons in 2007. A number of private and public sector fleets have already discovered its benefits.

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The City of Fayetteville Converts to Biodiesel

B-100 biodiesel is received via tanker, into heated and insulated storage tanks, direct from the...

After several years in the making, the City of Fayetteville, Ark.’s attempts to convert its diesel-powered vehicles to biodiesel have become a reality. Last June, out of 545 fleet vehicles, 52 percent were converted to biodiesel.

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Charlottesville Goes 'Green'

Fleet Manager Jim McClung shows off the City's Toyota Prius.

A city initiative to become more environmentally responsible prompted the Charlottesville Fire Department to pilot-test a Ford Escape Hybrid as an emergency response vehicle.