Uribe Refuse adds natural gas fueled truck in Nebraska
Uribe Refuse, a Lincoln, Nebraska based hauler, is adding its first natural-gas powered truck to its fleet. The truck will travel Uribe’s heaviest routes and is part of a plan to add 18 total natural gas vehicles over the next few years, the company said.
City of Spokane builds solid waste center to convert fleet to natural gas
The City of Spokane will break ground on its new combined Solid Waste Management & Fleet maintenance facility, known as the Nelson Service Center, that will allow the city to convert its waste fleet to CNG vehicles.
Mission Linen Supply adds CNG and propane vehicles to its fleet
Twenty-six compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles and six propane vehicles have been added to the company’s fleet and are among its eco-conscious vehicles in use in California, Texas and Arizona.
Seaboard Foods subsidiary to use compressed natural gas trucks
Pork producer Seaboard Foods and subsidiary High Plains Bioenergy continue to add trucks that run on compressed natural gas, so they have signed a contract with TruStar Energy to build a large new fueling station in Guymon.
  MetroGas has formed a consortium of leading global players to address the energy needs of Florida's global community in Miami-Dade County as it transitions to cleaner and less expensive fuel for its fleet of vehicles.     A measure passed by the Legislature and signed by Gov. Robert Bentley suspends a motor fuel road tax decal program for compressed natural gas vehicles that fuel in the state.     Atlanta Gas Light joined trucking and logistics company Premier Transportation to commemorate the opening of the second public access CNG station developed under the AGL CNG Infrastructure Program.  
  By year’s end Luzerne County residents, and motorists passing through, probably will be able to point to another tangible asset – a fueling station for natural gas-powered trucks and cars.
  EnerG2 and NW Natural are partnering to improve the fuel storage on board vehicles that use Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) by developing a new adsorbed natural gas technology.
  CEO of Gladstein, Neandross & Associates, spoke recently with DC Velocity Senior Editor Mark B. Solomon about the benefits of natural gas conversion, the challenges, and what carriers, shippers, and private fleets need to do to make it all work.
  Workshop attendees will learn from a panel of experts how natural gas is helping Pennsylvania move away from imported petroleum fuels to homegrown environmentally friendly alternatives.