“Fleets like Basin Disposal are a perfect application for the PFS,” said TruStar Energy Vice President, Scott Edelbach. “The refuse market segment was one of the early adopters of CNG and Basin Disposal’s choice of the PFS will provide them with low-cost fuel at their location without the additional expense of a traditional ‘brick and mortar’ permanent station.”
Third-generation Basin Disposal President Darrick Dietrich said that the move to compressed natural gas was primarily driven by economics and operational stability. “CNG presents a cost savings, as well fuel-price stability. These are major factors that will benefit our rate payers,” he said.
The TruStar PFS is a self-contained compressor-redundant system that arrives on a small skid, but packs a productive punch – providing for 66 diesel-gallon equivalent of fuel per hour. The two-compressor setup also provides for additional peace of mind as fueling can still take place with one compressor in the event the other is down for maintenance.
Source: TruStar Energy