WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Next month, Raley's Supermarkets here will begin using eight new tractors and two new yard trucks operating on liquefied natural gas, an alternative fuel. Raley's decision to use liquefied natural gas stems in part from its anticipation of changing environmental regulations for fuel emissions and also its corporate commitment to public health and community safety, the company said. Mileage for vehicles fueled by liquefied natural gas is about half that of diesel; ...
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