The first of 106 new compressed natural gas (CNG) buses have arrived in Surrey, Canada, and will begin serving customers on the city’s streets this week, TransLink announced.
  A new facility and a new initiative is unveiled in Crawford County, Pennsylvania, and it is something that's a big cost-saving option in transportation.
  Sewage is now being turned into biomethane, a renewable resource used instead of diesel for Recology garbage trucks around King County, Georgia.
  Stakeholders from across the North American renewable natural gas (RNG) industry descended on Capitol Hill today for more than 65 meetings with U.S. Federal lawmakers.
  The Council on Aging Inc., serving St. Clair County, is getting six new compressed natural gas (CNG) buses.
  The Canadian Natural Gas Vehicle Alliance (CNGVA) has launched a new bilingual website to provide Canadians with information to encourage greater use of natural gas fleet vehicles in Canada's transportation sector.
  A new compressed natural gas (CNG) fleet facility is coming to Waste Management in Lafayette, Louisiana.
  Mississippi Development Authority has about $225,000 available in the Mississippi Alternative Fuel School Bus and Municipal Motor Vehicle Revolving Loan Program dedicated to help fund the purchase of new alternative fuel vehicles and/or infrastructure.
  Six trucking firms operating in the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach are deploying trucks powered by Cummins Westport near-zero ISX12N engines, and fueled with Clean Energy Fuels Corp.’s Redeem™ brand renewable natural gas.
  The Association, now 32 years since inception and representing the interests of all forms of natural gas mobility, welcomed Mr. Brandon Grote of Swagelok as its new Chairperson.
  Ameresco, Inc. announced that the landfill gas to renewable natural gas facility at Waste Management’s, Woodland Meadows Landfill (Michigan) has achieved EPA approval and is now in operation.
  GAIN Clean Fuel and BioResource Development announce the start-up of a renewable natural gas (RNG) production facility located at Water and Resource Recovery Center in Dubuque, Iowa.
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