A Look at Ethanol and Biodiesel for Use of Alternative Fuels

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There are lots of benefits for ethanol use. A. The carbon dioxide released when burned is balanced by the carbon dioxide captured when the crops are grown to make ethanol. 1. It is biodegradable and renewable fuel source. 2. Ethanol blends reduce emissions of hydrocarbons, contribute ozone depletion B...
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Ethanol blends reduce emissions of hydrocarbons, contribute ozone depletion B. Ethanol production and use reduces greenhouse gas emissions up to 25% compared to gasoline, according to Argonne National Laboratory. 1. Significantly reduces harmful exhaust emissions such as carbon monoxide, soot, nitrous oxides, and other ozone pollutants...
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