From passenger vehicles to bulldozers, from street sweepers to school buses, from snow plows to tractor trailers, and even in boats and home heating systems, the use of biodiesel is helping thousands of fleets and motorists reduce carbon emissions and clear the air. Biodiesel is here and now, powering vehicles and equipment across the country in all kinds of weather and conditions. Here are just a few examples.

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DC Public Works Taps Into Biodiesel's Sustainability Benefits
B100 reduces up to 86% of the D.C. Department of Public Works’s greenhouse gas emissions
Biodiesel Bolsters Sustainability at Harvard
Harvard uses approximately 2,000 gallons of biodiesel per week, for a total of more than 100,000 gallons a year.
Cleaner Skies in St. Louis
Lambert St. Louis International airport is a biodiesel pioneer, using biodiesel since 1990.
Taking A Bite out of Carbon Emissions in the Big Apple
New York City municipalities take a bite out of carbon emissions
Biodiesel is King in this County
King County, Washington in West Seattle is fighting congestion in more than one way.
Biodiesel Success Stories
From a 200-foot sailing vessel to the Super Bowl champions, read more biodiesel success stories here.
Main Office
National Biodiesel Board
605 Clark Ave.
P.O. Box 104898
Jefferson City, MO 65110

D.C. Office
National Biodiesel Board
1331 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Suite 505
Washington, DC 20004

CA Office
National Biodiesel Board
1415 L Street
Suite 460
Sacramento, CA 95814

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