American Lung Association news
In a little over four years, new heavy truck makers will have to cut harmful nitrogen oxide pollution more than 80% under new standards released Dec. 20 by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
The B20 Club of Indiana announced two organizations have joined its efforts to promote cleaner air and a lower carbon footprint through use of biodiesel fuel, a high-performance, cleaner-burning fuel that’s made from soybeans and other renewable feedstocks produced in Indiana.
Fort Wayne was recently named a 2022 Leading Fleet by Government Fleet magazine. This awards program recognizes operations that are performing at a high level, particularly in fleet leadership, competitiveness and efficiency, planning and overcoming challenges.
One of the duties that the new Illinois Soybean Association office in Lombard will have is to serve as a conduit for ISA staff and board members as they work to boost the use of soy biodiesel in Illinois and around the country and even globally.
New vehicles sold in the United States will have to average at least 40 miles per gallon of gasoline in 2026, up from about 28 mpg, under new federal rules that undo a rollback of standards enacted under President Donald Trump.
The Illinois Soybean Association welcomed the Lewis and Clark Community College as an affiliated partner of the B20 Club of Illinois. They recently sponsored an Automotive Service Excellence training session for the students in the college’s Department of Automotive Technology in partnership with MEG Corp.
The Indiana Corn Growers Association hosted its annual High Octane Fuel Summit in Indianapolis. The summit is designed to tout the benefits of higher blends of ethanol fuel to fueling station retailers and similar stakeholders.
The B20 Club of Indiana is excited to welcome two new fleets — the Muncie Indiana Transit System and Ozinga — to its exceptional lineup of members dedicated to promoting cleaner air and a lower carbon footprint through the use of B20 biodiesel fuel.
It’s been said two heads are better than one. The Illinois Soybean Association and IL Corn will put that theory to test at this year’s Farm Progress Show, together sharing our priorities and people so we can deliver twice the impact during this one, great event.