Quick Facts Ethanol

October 2012
Beverage World;10/15/2012, Vol. 131 Issue 10, p79
Trade Publication
The article offers information about ethanol as alternative fuel for beverage fleets. It debunks the perception that biofuels represent a true reduction in carbon emissions. It notes that the current popularity of ethanol has intensified the concentration of ownership and the industrialization of agricultural lands that can result to a revenue drain from rural communities. A comparison between E85 ethanol fuel and gasoline is provided.


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