Brazilian biodiesel producers say B20 in major urban transport could cut CO2

In Brazil, the Union of Brazilian Biodiesel Producers have released a study saying that introducing B20 in the urban bus fleets of the 40 metropolitan areas across the country that have more than 500,000 inhabitants would reduce fuel production CO2 emissions by up to 70% and fuel use emissions by up to 15%. More than half a million tons of CO2 emissions could be avoided in the cities by introducing the B20 blend.

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