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Wed Jul 30, 2014 09:03 AM CDT

STREATOR, Ill. (DTN) -- The California Air Resources Board issued a preliminary regulatory proposal for the use of biodiesel as an alternative diesel fuel.

CARB expects that the proposal would form "a major element of a comprehensive" alternative diesel fuel regulation for CARB's consideration in 2015, the state regulator said in a notice late Tuesday, July 29.

The regulation goals are to establish a process governing the commercialization of new alternative diesel formulations in the state and establish special provisions for biodiesel as the "first recognized" alternative diesel to permit its use in commercial fuel market blends.

"In general, staff ...

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