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Buses in Rome to Use B20 Biodiesel

21 March 2007

The 2,800 public transit buses in Rome, Italy, will switch to a B20 biodiesel blend by the end of 2008.

The city council, regional administration and farm groups have signed an accord to create a local chain to produce the biodiesel, according to a statement form the city council.


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Not a bad idea - Rome ordered 450 new CNG buses last year - putting some bio-diesel in the old diesel ones buys some time before these can be scrapped and replaced by CNG too.

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