The transportation sector is the largest carbon emitter in the U.S. economy, and contributes disproportionately to smog in urban communities while releasing toxic additives linked to cancer and asthma into our air.

Biofuels, like ethanol, play a major role in cleaning up our transportation sector and displacing harmful fuel additives, like benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylene (BTEX) that can be found in petroleum-based fuels

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