UVa Using Biodiesel on 2 Buses

On Saturday, Bob Gibson wrote about UVa’s new environmental initiative:

A pair of buses in the University of Virginia’s 30-bus fleet have started using a biodiesel fuel that is 20 percent soybean oil.


“We are going to test it out for at least two months,” [Rebecca White, director of UVa parking and transportation] said. “My hope is that we would convert totally to B20,” the common name for the biodiesel blend, as long as drivers and mechanics continue to notice no operational differences.

Totally cool.

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