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Resource Conservation: Fuel

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Fuel comes in many forms. Here we look at conserving it while still getting the job done. Most everything we do requires some form of fuel.


fuel     Dictionary.com defines "fuel" as "an energy source for ...". We will use that loose definition in this section. Therefore, fuel is the energy source for all the things that require energy to operate.
     We will exclude a few types of fuel for our discussion but just about anything is fair game.
In particular, we will discuss the conservation of: Gasoline, batteries, Hydrogen, kerosene, Jet A, Bunker B and C, Natural Gas, fire wood and wood pellets, coal and many other forms of fuel.
     The more efficient use of these fuels saves money and is beneficial all around.  


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