March 16, 2000
American Chemical Society
Diesel fuel made from natural renewable sources such as vegetable oils or animal fats lowered air-polluting emissions of heavy trucks in a trial study, according to researchers. They say the so-called "biodiesel" fuel can be used in regular diesel engines without modifying them.
Fuel from renewable resources emits less carbon monoxide, particulate matter
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