In a continuing effort to become more environmentally friendly the University of Miami is launching a program to use soy-based biodiesel fuel in its ‘Hurry’Cane shuttle fleet. During the pilot program, which will run through the 2007 fall semester, nine of the 17 ‘Hurry’Cane shuttle buses will operate on B20 soy-based biodiesel fuel.
The university has a goal to be climate neutral in the next ten years. And using renewable fuels is one step the university is taking to do its part.
Source: University of Miami
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