Ball State University is proud to have biodiesel, e85, and hybrid vehicles in use on its campus. Biodiesel and e85 are cleaner-burning fuels, which reduce the campus carbon footprint. This means cleaner air for their students, faculty, and community! With all the miles Ball State travels as a university, they want to do all they can to help the environment, and alternate fuels and technology, like biodiesel, allow them to achieve that goal.

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