Targray, one of the largest biodiesel marketers and distributors in California, is now the second company in the state to offer a CARB-certified NOx mitigation solution for biodiesel blenders. Beginning in March 2018, Targray will offer its biodiesel additive as part of a fully blended, B20-ready turnkey solution at fuel terminal locations in Los Angeles, Stockton, Fresno, and Bakersfield.

Alternative Diesel Fuel Regulation

Effective since January 1, 2016, the ADF regulation establishes a comprehensive, multistage process administering the commercialization of alternative diesel fuels in California. The ADF regulation governs the introduction and use of innovative alternative diesel fuels in California while preserving or enhancing public health, environmental and emission benefits of the existing motor vehicle diesel-fuel regulations. The ADF regulation includes specific provisions designed to control potential increases in oxides of nitrogen (NOx) emissions that could otherwise be caused using biodiesel under certain circumstances. Those provisions include a process for certification of additives or alternative diesel fuel formulations that have been shown to mitigate NOx increases from the use of biodiesel.

About Targray

Targray is a leading North American BQ-9000® marketer and distributor of biofuels. Supported by a dedicated rail fleet and a terminal network spanning the United States, the company develops innovative biodiesel solutions designed to enable fuel retailers, distributors, jobbers, and fleet operators to achieve greater profitability and competitiveness while helping create a more sustainable economy for future generations. For more information, visit Targray.com.

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