Help Promote MORE Local Biodiesel Use

It’s easy to learn if fleets in your community (fire trucks, school buses, city buses, city trucks, and more) are using biodiesel – just ask!

If they are, thank them for their commitment to cleaner air and renewable alternatives. If not, you can suggest it and share information from this website and the main National Biodiesel Board (NBB) website.

The U.S. Department of Energy Clean Cities website has information on partnerships to reduce petroleum use in transportation.

Find MORE Biodiesel Retailers for Your Diesel Vehicles

If you use diesel vehicles personally or in a business you own, you can find retailers by visiting the NBB website page on finding biodiesel.

Get MORE Involved in Supporting Biodiesel Nationally

NBB coordinates several partnership programs that engage biodiesel supporters across the country. These biodiesel advocates use their diverse backgrounds and expertise to raise the level of biodiesel understanding and awareness in their communities and nationally.

The Biodiesel Alliance is a national coalition of organizations, agencies, and businesses that supports information sharing and opportunities to help advance the use of biodiesel.

The Biodiesel Backers is a coalition of individuals who support the use of biodiesel, and keep current with the industry.

Next Generation Scientists is a group of student scientists who come together to demonstrate and grow support for biodiesel among tomorrow's scientific leaders.

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SEATTLE, WA

SEATTLE PUTS ITS FUEL WHERE ITS PASSION IS

The city of Seattle is determined to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions. One key to their strategy is the use of biodiesel in the city’s fleet vehicles.

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SEATTLE, WA

BIODIESEL IS KING OF THIS COUNTY

King County, Washington in West Seattle is fighting congestion in more than one way. While its water taxis keep commuters clear of traffic, their fuel keeps the skies clear of carbon pollution.

NOW TEST YOUR BIO-Q

We all agree that biodiesel is good. How much do you know about why?