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Used cooking oil powers Seven-Eleven Japan's delivery trucks

Convenience store operator seeks to cut its CO2 emissions by 5%

Seven-Eleven Japan plans to use more biodiesel- and electricity-powered delivery trucks, like this one from Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus.

TOKYO -- Seven-Eleven Japan has begun delivering refrigerated products to stores in Ehime Prefecture on trucks that run on a fuel mixture that includes cooking oil.

It is one of the measures that the convenience chain is taking to reduce the carbon dioxide emissions of its logistics division.

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