Fresh-air fiends

Lindhe, Jane
June 2008
BRW;6/5/2008, Vol. 30 Issue 22, p48
Trade Publication
The article reports that the coal-port city of Newcastle in New South Wales has replaced some of its fleet of six-cylinder automobiles with fuel-efficiency vehicles, some powered by biodiesel. The city council also plans to convert 100 diesel vehicles to biodiesel fuel following a successful trial of 12 biodiesel vehicles in its fleet.


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