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The Volvo bio-DME truck has been modified and equipped with two tanks which are filled with liquid bio-DME

Volvo Successfully Field Tests Biofuel Made from Pulp Industry Waste

Successful field tests of vehicles powered by a biofuel derived from the black liquor wastes produced at a pulp mill have been conducted by Volvo Trucks. The company said that ten of its specially adapted trucks have been operating on Swedish roads since last autumn. According to Volvo Trucks – a part of Volvo AB […]

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Trucking Industry Moving to End Reliance on Crude

The time is right for commercial transportation to move away from petroleum and embrace new technologies. The shift has already begun. For every hundred barrels of crude oil produced or imported into the U.S., about 8 go towards commercial transportation. Diesel fuel equals roughly 10% of each barrel of oil refined and most of that […]

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