The new stations are located in Mesa (Ariz), Venice and Pompano Beach (Florida), Stickney (Illinois), Louisville (Kentucky), Baltimore (Maryland), Blaine (Minnesota), Portland (Oregon), Washington (Pennsylvania), West Jordan (Utah), Conroe (Texas), Auburn and Woodinville (Washington).
To optimize costs, the company’s preferred platform for these stations is to time-fill its trucks according to a set schedule. The trucks use a slow-fill method, which carry approximately 70 diesel gallon equivalents (DGE) of CNG – a capacity that allows them to run for 10 to 12 hours and complete a typical day’s waste or recycling collection route. For public accessible fueling stations that serve commercial and consumer vehicles, fast-fill capability is installed.
Source: Waste Management