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Butler Concrete and Aggregate to utilise a hydrogen and oxygen fuel enhancement system for ready-mix concrete trucks
© Butler Concrete and Aggregate
Butler Concrete and Aggregate to utilise a hydrogen and oxygen fuel enhancement system for ready-mix concrete trucks
© Butler Concrete and Aggregate

Butler Concrete and Aggregate to utilise a hydrogen and oxygen fuel enhancement system for ready-mix concrete trucks

An innovative hydrogen and oxygen fuel enhancement system has been implemented by Butler Concrete and Aggregate (Butler) for its fleet of ready-mix concrete trucks on Vancouver Island, Canada.

Revealed today (April 19), the fuel enhancement system will enable Butler to further reduce its carbon emissions associated with the production and transportation of concrete.

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