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... 42 C h a p t e r 5 This chapter presents the toolkit developed in conjunction with this guidebook. The toolkit consists of two components: an alternative fuels inventory tracking spreadsheet and a GHG calculator for alternative fuels.
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... alternative Fuels tracking and Greenhouse Gas tracking toolkit 43 operator, the user would receive information on the amount of which alternative fuel was delivered to the fuel farm, the proportion of alternative fuel in each delivery (since most ASTM-approved alternative fuels to date are blends of conventional petroleum fuel and a neat alternative component) , and the producer of each type of alternative fuel delivered.
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... 44 tracking alternative Jet Fuel an option for calculating sustainability metrics that could be included in airport planning and reporting. Airports might use a similar approach to track reductions in criteria pollutants that result from alternative fuel usage once that information becomes more readily available.
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... alternative Fuels tracking and Greenhouse Gas tracking toolkit 45 Figure 14. GHG calculator outputs.

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