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Bloomington and Monroe County, Indiana to Use B20 Biodiesel in Public Vehicles

8 June 2005

Soyatech. Beginning 1 August  2005, the City of Bloomington, the Bloomington Transit System, the Monroe County Highway Department, the Monroe County Community Schools, and the Indiana University Campus Bus Service will all use a B20 soy biodiesel blend (20% biodiesel) in city, county and university diesel vehicles.

This marks the first county-wide commitment to alternative fuel use in the state of Indiana.

Biodiesel is available in all 92 Indiana counties with almost 50 suppliers delivering biodiesel via tankwagon or transport. Nearly 70 Indiana retailers market biodiesel at public fuel pumps.

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