Oregon city switching a third of fleet to 100% renewable diesel this summer

March 29, 2016 |

In Oregon, the City of Corvallis is betting on biofuels as it switches a third of its fleet to renewable diesel this summer. About 40 vehicles including buses will switch over, costing the city about 12 cents per gallon more than fossil diesel. Currently the fleet is running on a 50/50 blend of fossil diesel and renewable diesel, with the city’s mechanics already noticing a positive difference since the introduction of the biofuel component including cleaner filters.

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