Great Valley (Chester County PA) School Buses use BioDiesel

To those effectively working with Schools, here is justification to introduce our fuel additives to further improve their position.

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Great Valley School District

The Great Valley School District (Chester County, PA) is the FIRST school district to switch to B20 biodiesel for its bus fleet.  B20 is a blend of 20% bio fuel and 80% diesel.

” … assistance from The Energy Cooperative to make the transition to B20 and a state grant to pay for the added cost … received a $28,340 Alternative Incentive Fuels Grant (AFIG) … to pay for the incremental cost of using biodiesel … estimates it will use approximately 130,000 gallons of B20 …”

” … AFIG grants … administered by the Department of Environmental Protection, are intended to improve Pennsylvania’s air quality and to reduce dependency on foreign energy sources.”

“Biodiesel is a cleaner, biodegradable, and nontoxic alternative fuel .… can be used as a pure fuel (B100) or blended with petroleum such as in the popular B20 blend …”
” … B20 blend will reduce annual air pollution by approximately 1,919 pounds of carbon monoxide … 173 pounds of particulate matter … 227 pounds of hydrocarbons … 119 pounds of sulfur dioxide … and 435,267 pounds of carbon dioxide …”
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