What is the B20 Club of Indiana?
We are a collaboration between the Indiana Soybean Alliance and the American Lung Association that recognizes and supports Indiana-based fleets running biodiesel blends of 20 percent or higher. As a leading resource for greener fleet operations, The B20 Club of Indiana can help you take advantage of the many benefits of biodiesel fuel.


Looking to reduce your fleet’s carbon footprint? You can count on B20. It produces cleaner, healthier air by reducing CO2 and particulate matter emissions to improve air quality—all while producing efficient and reliable engine performance in a variety of diesel-powered equipment. Plus, it’s made from soybeans and other renewable feedstocks produced in Indiana, so B20 produces an economic impact that benefits the entire state.


Want to help lead the way for our communities? The B20 Club of Indiana welcomes both public and private fleets, including municipalities, park districts, trucking companies, mass transit, airport ground transportation providers and more with complimentary membership. To join, member fleets must have at least 15 vehicles operating on biodiesel blends of 20 percent or higher at least six months of the year.

B20 is a high-performance and cleaner-burning fuel that’s made from soybeans and other renewable feedstocks produced in Indiana. It’s available today to help Indiana fleets improve sustainability and air quality in their communities.

Why Join the B20 Club?

Because together, we can make an even bigger impact. To help qualifying fleets maximize their B20 fuel results, the B20 Club of Indiana offers support and resources with free membership. This includes:

Recognition as an
friendly fleet

Official reporting on B20 impact,
including annual CO2 and
particulate reductions

Technical assistance and
resources to maximize
B20 benefits

Fuel tank storage inspections
and guidance on
fuel quality best practices

Educational resources, including
event and conference inclusion,
signage, literature and decals

Other projects
customized to
members’ needs

In exchange for these benefits, the B20 Club of Indiana asks member fleets to report annual B20 fuel use and the number and age of vehicles operating with B20. We use this information to calculate emission reductions and other benefits for each fleet.

Want to learn more?

Contact us for more information about biodiesel and the B20 Club.