Biodiesel Board reaches out to trucking industry


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Jan 28, 2007
The National Biodiesel Board has launched a pair of efforts aimed at reaching out to the trucking industry and to those who want to “go green.”

In late August, the board partnered with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on a program called “Grow & Go,” which will help connect shippers who want to ship green with truckers who use biodiesel.

The program, part of the EPA’s Smartway Transport Partnership, is designed to promote the use of biodiesel by getting at least 50 percent of the partners in the program to use renewable fuels by 2020.

The Biodiesel Board has also launched another service that will help truckers who want to find out where they can stop to fill up with biodiesel.

The locations of retailers across the country that sell biodiesel will now be available on ProMiles XF truck routing and mileage software.

The software is available on CD and features address-to-address truck routing. Fueling locations are marked along the routes so truckers who want to use biodiesel can plan accordingly.

Source: Land Line
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Aug 8, 2007
I don't like bio fuel. Not of any type. too many fields now days are turning into housing sites. Places that having grown crops all my life are gone. Then if we start taking the remaining fields and use them for fuel, how are we going to feed ourselves? Genetic supercrops, that mutant our kids down the road?
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