Trucking Industry Celebrates a Decade of Clean Diesel Fuel

A truck driver who climbs aboard a new Class 8 tractor and drives 140 miles produces less fine particle emissions than a chef grilling a one-third pound hamburger. This fun fact comes just 10 years after the introduction of ultra-low sulfur diesel fuel for commercial trucks in 2006, according to the Diesel Technology Forum. The pro-diesel organization is recognizing the shift to cleaner diesel fuel and its importance in the major environmental accomplishments being celebrated during National Clean Air Month throughout May.

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