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Suffolk County to Convert Entire Public Works Fleet to B20

13 June 2007

Newsday. Suffolk County (NY) is about to convert its entire fleet of 439 public works vehicles to B20 biodiesel.

With the move Suffolk joins Nassau, which switched its 270 trucks to the cleaner burning fuel as of 1 Jan.

Suffolk County began trials of B20 in 25% of its fleet in 2005.

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