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Fleets Are On The Fast Track To Sustainability — You Can Help Them Get There

Posted in: Fuel and Trucking, Biodiesel


/// Guest post by contributor Jon ScharingsonRenewable Energy Group

No matter where you are in the transportation fuel supply chain, you need to be aware of one of the fastest-growing trends in the industry: sustainability.

Companies and public organizations, such as municipalities, have made the adoption of sustainable practices one of their top goals.

Fuel is one of their top priorities. Fleets as large as UPS on down to mom-and-pop trucking companies are turning to cleaner-burning biodiesel and renewable diesel to help them meet their sustainability goals.

Fleets are embracing sustainability because they believe it is the right thing to do and because doing so is a smart business decision. Their customers expect it, and these organizations expect it of their business partners. Travel plazas and trucks stops that don’t offer alternative fuels risk being left behind.

Click here to read a new white paper by Renewable Energy Group, Inc. (REG) on sustainability in the fleet industry and the prominent roles being played by biodiesel and renewable diesel. 

/// Read more guest posts on biodiesel posts here

{Guest Post} Guest post provided by NATSO Chairman's Circle member Jon Scharingson, Renewable Energy Group. Renewable Energy Group, Inc. is a leading North American advanced biofuels producer and developer of renewable chemicals. REG utilizes a nationwide production, distribution and logistics system as part of an integrated value chain model to focus on converting natural fats, oils and greases into advanced biofuels and converting diverse feedstocks into renewable chemicals. Learn more about Renewable Energy Group.

The opinions and advice given by guest post contributors are not necessarily those of NATSO Inc. The posts should not be considered legal advice. Qualified professionals should be sought regarding advice and questions specific to your circumstances.

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