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View Resource Program Update: Reducing Air Pollution From Non-road Vehicles

The EPA has adopted emission standards for most categories of new non-road engines. This paper summarizes the status of those programs. Included are: land-based diesel engines, land-based...

http://www.epa.gov/otaq/cleaner-nonroad/f03011.pdf
View Resource Ethanol Retailers

As the number and variety of flexible fuel vehicles (FFV) on our nations highways increase, likewise the need for an increased number and variety of renewable fuel outlets must become more accessible...

http://www.e85fuel.com/pdf/060101_united_energy.pdf
View Resource Flexible Fuel Vehicle Fact Book

Over 100 years ago Henry Ford stirred the imagination of the world by making the first Model T to run on any combination of gasoline or alcohol. Henry Ford's visionary concerns about urban air...

http://www.ethanolacrossamerica.net/E-85_factbook.pdf
View Resource Ethanol-Blended Fuels, Curriculum Guide

Similar to the efforts to teach school children about the environmental benefits or recycling, Ethanol Across America is supporting the mass distribution of a guide prepared for educators to teach a...

http://www.ethanolacrossamerica.net/EthanolCurriculum93003.p...
View Resource Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS): Overview and Issues

This report focuses on the mandated minimum usage requirements - referred to as the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) - whereby a minimum volume of biofuels is to be used in the national transportation...

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc31329/?q=env...
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