Excel Oil Service becomes newest member of B20 Club
The B20 Club recently welcomed new member Excel Oil Service, an environmental service provider in the Chicago area. Launched in August 1974, Excel Oil Service started with two trucks and a vision to provide the highest quality environmental services available in the Chicago area, securing one of the first federal and state special waste transporter permits in the Midwest. Today, the Excel fleet consists of five trucks that have collected and recycled more than 500 million gallons of used oils since its inception. In addition to assisting thousands of waste-oil generators maintain environmental compliance over the years, Excel is also proud to operate its entire fleet of diesel vehicles on biodiesel blends up to B20, supporting a healthy and thriving environment for all. “We are proud to fuel our diesel fleet with cleaner-burning, renewable biodiesel blends in support of our mission to provide the highest quality of environmental services to the customers and communities we serve,” said Scott Piszczor, manager of Excel Oil Service. Excel Oil Service provides used-oil collection, oil-filter disposal, vacuum-truck services, drum waste for liquids and solids, emergency-spill response, antifreeze disposal, and more. Its service areas include Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan and Indiana. “Illinois Soybean is excited to welcome Excel Oil Service as the B20 Club’s newest member,” said Andrew Larson, director of public policy and market development for the Illinois Soybean Association. “With this new partnership, we can continue to reduce carbon emissions in urban areas by using a better, cleaner fuel, grown right here in Illinois.”
A partnership between the Illinois Soybean Association and the American Lung Association, the B20 Club recognizes a select group of Illinois-based organizations with strong commitments to run fleets on biodiesel blends of 20 percent or greater.
For more information on the B20 Club, visit www.b20club.org.