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"DME is short for Di-Methyl-Ether and can be produced as a biofuel through distillation. Compared with diesel fuel, Bio-DME produces no less than 95 percent less carbon dioxide emissions, while delivering a lower noise level as well. It can also be made from coal and natural gas and is used industrially. The biggest advantage gained by using it in trucks is that its short carbon chain results in very low emissions of CO and NOX. The first US market truck to use DME will be the tried and tes..." Continue Reading →
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