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School buses switch to clean fuel

A Californian school district is shifting some its vehicles to renewable diesel to ‘reduce the level of emissions students and the community are exposed to’.

The Pittsburg Unified School District (PUSD) in Contra Costa County will initially use Neste MY Renewable Diesel, a clean fuel made from waste and residues that reduces emissions by up to 90%, on 20 of its vehicles.


“We are so proud to be supporting PUSD with this premium fuel that’s not only renewable and sustainable, but a clean, safe, odorless fuel that reduces vapors and is less harmful for the children, the drivers and the environment,” said Jeremy Baines, Vice President of Sales, Neste US.


Another bus fleet in California, operated by the Western Contra Costa Transit Authority (WestCAT), is also switching to the Neste fuel, which is proving popular worldwide as a clean alternative for a variety of transportation, including planes, boats and tractors.

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