Muskingum county's sheriff tells his fourth-year-experiences with propane going green and saving costs.
Forest Hills School District bus driver advocates for propane gas because of its quietness so that kids don't have to talk over the noises.
Linden's propane explains why a lot of people are changing their fleets into propane. Many fleet busses, delivery vehicles and lawn services are converting to propane to save costs and get cleaner oils and longer miles.
Barnesville Schools run their bus fleet on propane for two reasons: safety and cost.
"The first thing that comes to mind is safety of the kids. With propane buses are so quiet and that's good for kids and the bus operators," says John Blatter, Director of Transportation.
Holly Bee is expanding their green commitment to locals with propane. If you're looking to save on your budget, converting to propane can save on fuel and maintenance costs.
TAG explores options for alternative fuel and finds the clean-burning propane to be most efficient.