Moreover, AFS has partnered with utility Gas South and the county to open the state’s largest CNG station, with eight fueling bays, at the Buford Highway site. “We believe that Georgia, with its extensive logistics capabilities, can lead the nation as it transitions to alternative fuels. AFS is ready to meet the projected future demand by taking the infrastructure from secluded hard to find locations to prominent easy to access centers in well trafficked areas,” said Rahim Charania, Chief Executive Officer of AFS.
The new stations will service CNG trucks from DeKalb County Sanitation Department. The county’s goal is to eventually replace or adapt its entire fleet of 306 sanitation vehicles with natural gas vehicles.
Source: DeKalb County / AFS