With a campus-wide goal of becoming carbon-neutral by 2030, Ball State University depends on B20 biodiesel to reduce emissions from the university’s diesel fleet. Ball State uses B20 in delivery vehicles, pickups and work trucks, as well as in campus shuttles and buses that provides nearly 1 million rides to passengers per year. B20 contributes to cleaner air and a better environment for Ball State students, faculty and the surrounding Muncie, Indiana, community. And, B20 integrates seamlessly with fleet operations, with no added maintenance and zero engine issues.
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“B20 is a win-win from every perspective. Its environmental benefits fit our university-wide goals and fit with our students’ goals for a cleaner today and tomorrow.”
-Brian Naylor, Bus and Fleet Maintenance Supervisor