In late May, Waste Management (WM) celebrated the opening of a compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station in Wheeling, IL. That facility, equipped with 40 filing bays, is used to fuel WM's six CNG-powered vehicles that operate in the Chicago area. Now, WM is back at it again. This time 'round, the trash and waste removal specialist is celebrating the grand opening of its public-access CNG fueling station in Camden, NJ.
Cng Fueling Station
On May 24th, Waste Management of Illinois boosted its commitment to use natural gas-powered garbage and recycling trucks with the opening of a compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station in Wheeling, IL. The facility is equipped with 40 filling bays, which will be used to fuel Waste Management's six CNG-powered vehicles that operate in the Chicago area. Waste Management's trucks hold approximately 50 gallons of CNG, which allow the heavy-duty waste-hauling machines to run for up to 12 hours.
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