The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, American Biogas Council and World Biogas Association made the case for developing biogas projects during Wastecon/ISWA World Congress.
   
  The American Gas Association (AGA) has announced that Kimberly J. Harris has been elected to serve as Chair of its Board of Directors for 2018.
 
  Rhode Island's first hydrogen filling station has been installed in a corner of the Stop & Shop parking lot on Branch Avenue.
   
  Canadian City of Nanaimo has successfully picked out names for its two new garbage trucks: Mommy and Trash-O-Saurus Rex.
 
  The upgraded facility features four new drive-through work bays that are natural gas vehicle (NGV) compliant, a new automated drive-through truck wash bay, and additional parking for commercial vehicles.
   
  The Encinas Wastewater Authority and Waste Management have launched a 90-day pilot program of turning leftover food into renewable energy for the plant.
 
   
       
   
       
 
     
 
  This fall, Energy Vision, the national non-profit championing clean, renewable, petroleum-free transportation fuels, including renewable natural gas made from organic waste, has elected three new board members.
   
  The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection is announcing the availability of approximately $1 million in grants to support the installation of publicly accessible alternative fuel infrastructure projects in major transportation corridors.
 
  Ameren Illinois unveiled its new compressed natural gas (CNG) refueling station in Maryville on Wednesday, along with seven new trucks that run on the alternative fuel.
   
  The new plant produces pipeline quality renewable natural gas, which is collected from the biogas collected from the wastewater treatment system at the nearby Seaboard Foods pork processing plant.
 
  Mayors across the country are taking action to address these real climate change threats by committing to reduce carbon emissions.
   
  The state of Wyoming has made finding fuel stations for electric and other alternative vehicles a little easier.
 
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