San Francisco has plans to covert the city's entire fleet of diesel vehicles to run on B20 biodiesel by the end of this year. Now there's a commercial gas station ready to sell B20 to any vehicle that can digest the fuel. Located in the industrial neighborhood known as Dogpatch, the Olympian station sells the fuel partially made out of grease collected from city restaurants. So far, about 39 percent of city's fleet have made the switch to B20. The city also wants to convert the public bus system to B20. The Olympian station was the first station to in North America to offer B100 and also one of the first to offer ultra-low sulfur diesel.
[Source: Erica Ogg / CNET News]