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Macon Switches City Fleet to E10

10 October 2005

Telegraph. The city of Macon, Georgia, is switching to a 10% ethanol blend (E10) for gasoline-fueled vehicles in its fleet. More than half the city’s 1,305 vehicles run on gasoline.

This will mark the first use of ethanol in “Middle Georgia”.

The city fleet also uses more than 60 natural gas vehicles, and operates its own natural gas fueling facility. Diesel vehicles in the Macon fleet burn a biodiesel blend.

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