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Gene Garman

I am a distributor for and have been using American made nonpetroleum synthetic lubricants in my vehicles for over 30 years: engine oils, greases, gear lubes, etc. They meet and exceed all standard specs. Germans first created and started using synthetics in WWII. All jet and space craft use synthetic lubricants. Dealerships are available all across the USA, which means dealer prices and other opportunities, besides reducing the need for petroleum lubricants. Everyone should be switching to superior synthetics and stop using petroleum lubricants!

Gene Garman

Age age 74, not having been raised in the computer generation and not computer savvy, perhaps I do not yet know how to communicate on this comment "feed," but I am looking for the serious "green" response to use of American made nonpetroleum synthetic lubricants. It seems to me everyone in the Sierra Club should be interested in decreasing use of petroleum lubricants which every automobile can use. I have been using them for over thirty years. What am I missing in terms of interest by the Sierra Club?

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