Tell the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to Include Propane Buses in Future Infrastructure Investments
We need your help! The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is developing its education and outreach plan for the new clean school bus program as part of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, and we need to ensure propane is included within the plan. Tell the U.S. EPA how important propane school buses are to your community!
It’s simple: click on THIS LINK, fill in your contact information, and a pre-written letter will appear. If you want, include information about how propane school buses have helped your local school district. Then hit “Send Email,” and you’re done! Once you’ve sent your letter, be sure to share the link with your co-workers, friends, and family – we need as many letters supporting propane as possible.
NPGA is working with the Propane Education & Research Council and state and regional propane associations on this effort, encouraging transportation providers and existing propane customers to also send letters of support. NPGA and PERC have already weighed in with EPA, and the state/regional associations are submitting comment letters highlighting propane’s environmental and economic benefits for school bus fleets. For more information, contact NPGA’s Lesley Garland.
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