Originally Posted by Gforce
The bio fuels debate rages on... We have some busses powered by bio-diesel where I live but haven't found anywhere selling it.
How's 2% suit you? Good luck.
Sunoco Offering Biodiesel
PHILADELPHIA -- Customers traveling along the New Jersey Turnpike and Garden State Parkway can now refuel using Sunoco Inc. biodiesel blends.
According to the company, the Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel fuels contain 2 percent biodiesel, which is a renewable resource that can be manufactured from vegetable oils, recycled grease or animal fat. Biodiesel fuels aim to be more environmentally friendly than their predecessors by reducing greenhouse gas emissions and vehicle emissions, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said.
Customers visiting New Jersey Turnpike service plazas can fuel up at these Sunoco stations using the biodiesel blends: The Vince Lombardi, Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Edison, Grover Cleveland, Joyce Kilmer and Molly Pitcher rest areas. Garden State Parkway service stations offering biodiesel fuel blend are: Montvale, Brookdale, Vaux Hall, Cheesequake and Monmouth.
Sunoco sells transportation fuels at more than 4,900 locations in 23 states.