California mulls biodiesel blend

September 2006
Bulk Transporter;Sep2006, Vol. 69 Issue 3, p13
The article reports that the California state legislators are considering a bill mandating all diesel fuel sold or offered for sale in the state to contain at least 2% to 5% biodiesel by 2008 and 5% by 2010, according to California Assembly information. The office of Senator Christine Kehoe, which sponsored the measure, stated that the bill is aimed at encouraging the use of alternative fuels including biodiesel as well as other renewable diesel fuels.


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