Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores will receive an $885,910 grant for the construction of a public CNG fueling station located in Mifflin Township, Columbia County, a $924,809 grant for another one in Jonestown Borough, Lebanon County and a $924,809 grant for a third one in Middlesex Township, Cumberland County. Love’s will install two dual high flow dispensers for heavy duty, Class-8 tractor trailers and one dual hose dispenser for light-duty and private vehicle use at each site.
Silvi Concrete will get $244,222 for the construction of a public CNG fueling station at its concrete plant in Downingtown, Chester County, while Constructural Dynamics, a subsidiary of The Silvi Group, will receive a $244,222 grant to install another compressed natural gas filling facility in Limerick Township, Montgomery County.
Waste Management of Pennsylvania will receive an $806,248 grant for the construction of a public CNG filling station with one public fast fill pump at the Grand Central Sanitation facility in Pen Argyl, Northampton County. The site will also contain 52 private time-fill pumps to support its 55 vehicle fleet of waste collection units. The company anticipates reducing diesel consumption by 241,150 gallons in year one and 602,530 gallons annually by sixth year.
Source: Pennsylvania Department of Community & Economic Development.