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Fayetteville Plans Switch to B20 Biodiesel

29 January 2007

The city of Fayetteville, Arkansas, plans to begin using B20 in diesel vehicles in the Parks and Recreation, Water and Wastewater, and Street department fleets—about 300 vehicles in all.

About 65% of the city’s current fuel usage is diesel. The city hopes to be pumping biodiesel at a new fuel farm sometime in April.

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