San Diego Fire Engines Go Green
by Carlos Correa (CW6 San Diego) The City of San Diego is making the switch in an effort to reduce greenhouse gases. They have now switched the fuel used by all fire engines.
They’re changing from diesel to renewable diesel, in the city’s attempt to help cut back on pollution.
All fire stations, like fire station 28, were running on diesel fuel, but now they are using this type of fuel helps reduce greenhouse gases by 80%.
In all, they use about 2.5 million gallons of diesel a year
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