Regardless of how quickly CBEV technology progresses, rest assured diesel trucks will be on the roads for years to come.…
August 30, 2019 | Biodiesel Magazine
Washington, D.C.’s Department of Public Works, on behalf of the Bowser administration, received a Fleet Leadership Award for its use of clean fuels in district vehicles by the Greater Washington Clean Cities Coalition. The award was presented Aug. 28 at the GWCCC awards luncheon held in downtown D.C. DPW fuels and maintains more than 4,000 district government vehicles. It has mandated the use of 100-percent biodiesel in most of D.C. government’s diesel fleet, as well as a 85-percent ethanol fuel and 15-percent gasoline mix (E85) in all district flex fuel vehicles.