If you want your region to adopt the green phenomena and start gearing towards the alternative use of biodiesel to reduce carbon emissions, leading by example with all machinery use by a public service utility vehicles is sure to kick off in the right manner. Such is an example used by the Rugby Borough Council which has announced that it shall be operating all diesel-powered vehicles with biofuel to help reduce the growing greenhouse gas emissions we all hear of today.
“Bio-diesel blend fuels are an important steptowards breaking our reliance on fossil fuels for road transport, whilst simultaneously reducing carbon dioxide emission levels.”
In total 70 vehicles, such as those used on the refuse and recycling, street cleansing, grounds maintenance and highways services will switch to this ‘cleaner and greener’ fuel.
(Source) Rugby Advertiser