Ethanol: High performance with lower emissions
Ethanol is a clean-burning, high-octane renewable fuel produced from agricultural crops. In its most common application, a percentage of ethanol is blended into gasoline to decrease harmful emissions and improve performance.
- Reduces greenhouse gas and smog emissions.
- Burns more cleanly and completely than gasoline.
- Highly biodegradable, making it safer for the environment.
- Renewable because it comes from agricultural sources.
Cellulosic ethanol, made from plant matter and waste wood, holds the promise of expanding renewable fuel sources and further reducing toxic emissions.
Inquiries about ethanol should be directed to:
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Boston, MA 02109