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    Mansfield Launches Reduced Emissions Diesel Program

    GreenPrint's ZERO invests in CO2 reduction projects.

    GANESVILLE, Ga. — Mansfield Energy Corp. is partnering with GreenPrint to launch ZERO, a reduced emissions diesel program.

    Participating Mansfield clients will have their diesel fuel's carbon dioxide emissions automatically offset through proportionate investments in certified CO2 reduction projects such as reforestation, alternative energy, planting trees locally and other initiatives.

    The program was created specifically to give Mansfield customers a simplified, turnkey way to fulfill sustainability needs and initiatives across their fleets, fuel consumption, facilities, civil services, municipalities and more, the company said.

    "We're seeing a growing number of our customers allocating more of their efforts and resources to sustainability and the implementation of sustainable business practices. Mansfield sees this as an opportunity to provide additional value for our customers and felt that ZERO allows us to satisfy this unmet need in the industry. By providing an inexpensive and turnkey solution to our clients, we allow them to more easily integrate sustainability into their everyday work," said Doug Haugh, president and chief strategy officer of Mansfield Energy.

    ZERO requires no capital expense, new fuel or new hardware to install. It automatically calculates CO2 emissions based on current diesel usage; reduces the associated emissions through investments in certified, verified carbon offset projects; and then provides turnkey certified emissions and sustainability reporting that companies can use for supply chain reports, RFPs, cause marketing and annual reports.

    Gainesville, Ga.-based Mansfield Energy provides energy commodities and related services to 6,000 customers in 18,000 locations across the United States and Canada.

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