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Two Indiana School Corporations Switch to B5 Biodiesel

31 March 2005

The Tribune. Two Jackson County, Indiana, school corporations have switched to B5 blends for their school buses.

Seymour Community Schools began powering its 40 buses early in March. Medora Community Schools completed negotiations with the Jackson-Jennings Co-op, the biodiesel provider) to use B5 as well.

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I think Biodiesel is great. My dad drives a school bus and his bus was one of the four buses running on biodiesel. Every morning when he started his bus we didn't have to smell those nasty emissions and get bad headaches. But when his bus broke he got one that didn't have biodiesel. It smelled terrible and we all got are bad headachs back. So, I think all buses should run on biodiesel.

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