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Good morning! This day in Disney history, April 16th, 2007.
Disney announces that Disneyland's fleet of antique passenger
trains have been converted from diesel to B98 biofuel. B98 is made from 98% soybean oil & 2% diesel. The switch saves as much as 150,000 gallons of diesel fuel each year, while
potentially reducing carbon dioxide emissions by up to 80%.
Unfortunately Park officials had to give up on that in November 2008 because of problems storing it underground. So they regrouped while the trains went back to regular diesel fuel. In Jan. 2009 the trains started running off of the recycled discarded cooking oil from the parks restaurants which was then turned into biodiesel for the trains. “The improvement here is that it’s no longer using food for fuel. There are no soybeans grown in the Midwest to fuel our trains, just cooking oil that we’re already generating,” said Frank Dela Vara, Disney’s director of environmental affairs. What do you think about this? Are you impressed by Disneys efforts to help save the environment?