[NEWS] Corn Growers and American Lung Association Promote Ethanol
– May 25, 2016, Wisconsin Corn Growers Association
Wisconsin’s corn growers and the American Lung Association in Wisconsin are promoting the benefits of clean air and clean fuels through consumer promotions this summer. The outreach will highlight the benefits of ethanol-blended fuel.
“May is Clean Air Month, and a good opportunity to remind Wisconsin drivers that their choice of fuel can help to improve air quality and lung health,” said Danielle Clark, Clean Air Coordinator for the American Lung Association in Wisconsin. “Using ethanol-blended fuels in a flex fuel vehicle not only supports Wisconsin’s farmers, it also provides environmental and health benefits to everyone, thanks to reduced emissions.”
“Ethanol fuel is a tremendous success story as a clean, renewable and locally-produced fuel,” said Casey Kelleher, president of the Wisconsin Corn Growers Association (WCGA). “By corn growers teaming with the American Lung Association in Wisconsin and its Clean Air Choice® message, we will promote the benefits and availability of ethanol-blended fuel to improve air quality and lung health in Wisconsin.”