The non-profit organizations that received the conversions are the Gatesway Foundation (an Oklahoma agency that provides opportunities for individuals with intellectual disabilities), Family & Children’s Services (which provides life-changing behavioral health services to the most vulnerable people in the community), CAP Tulsa (an anti-poverty agency, whose mission is to help families in need achieve economic self-sufficiency), the Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges (that provides organized social, cultural and recreational opportunities for persons with physical disabilities), Tulsa Habitat for Humanity (that helps families have the opportunity to own their own homes through home buyers education, hard work and community support), and Tulsa Boys’ Home (that serves troubled Oklahoma boys suffering from behavioral, emotional, and drug addiction problems).
The City of Broken Arrow and the City of Tulsa are also committed to using CNG as vehicle fuel. “Natural gas is not only better for the environment, but good for the local economy. We have made great strides to gradually convert our internal fleet and this brings us one step closer to our ultimate goal,” said Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett.
Source: Apache Corporation