20% (B20) and Neat (B100) Biodiesel

Type

Consumer, Industrial

Environmental & Health Information

Reduces toxic air pollutants, petroleum consumption, climate change.

Criteria for 20% (B20) and Neat (B100) Biodiesel

Info on this product category: Fuel

Criteria for Fuel

Use 20% biodiesel (B20) and where possible use 100% biodiesel (B100) in city diesel vehicles.

Last updated

Last updated: 
February 7, 2014

Guide for City Staff

Citywide Contract

Special Purchasing Instructions

See discounted prices in the most recent Fuel, Diesel, Biodiesel, Gas & Propane Contract Award.

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been using "top shelf" biodiesel since 2007

5
Average: 5 (1 vote)

The Agency is beginning a B100 pilot program with four non-revenue trucks and three transit buses. The trucks will fill up at Dogpatch Biofuels, a local business and only source for retail B100 in the City. Like the City family, Dogpatch Biofuels only uses locally collected and produced biodiesel from made from recycled restaurant grease. This is an excellent way to reduce fuel-related carbon footprints from diesel vehicles.

March 31, 2014