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View Resource Heavy Trucks, Buses, and Engines

This site offers numerous sites with information concerning heavy duty engines used for urban, commercial, off road and civil applications. Under the new EPA proposed guidelines for monitoring diesel...

http://www.epa.gov/otaq/hd-hwy.htm
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 Goodbye Black Smoke, Hello GreenTransit

As a result of an in-house research project, Harvard University recently converted its entire diesel powered fleet of transit buses and campus service vehicles to biodiesel usage. Biodiesel was...

http://www.news.harvard.edu/gazette/2004/03.04/07-biodiesel....
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 E85 Refueling Locations

An interactive map for locating E85 stations.

http://www.e85refueling.com/
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