“Converting our Meals-on-Wheels van fleet to compressed natural gas is a great project that will benefit not only our own organization and the people we serve, but could also be the catalyst to start the growth of a new type of infrastructure and service system for our area,’’ said John Kordish, Executive Director of CCAAA.
Lou Stubbs, UGI New Business Representative, added: “I contacted Dave Osterhout (Facilities and Vehicle Manager) and asked him to think about converting their vehicles to Natural Gas. Fortunately, working together, we were able to get it done.’’
Mr. Osterhout said, to date, two of the agency’s 11 cargo vans have been converted to bi-fuel powered (equipped with two fueling systems and tanks that hold unleaded gasoline and CNG). Fuel savings are expected to total $2,500 per year, and should increase as more vans are converted to operate solely on CNG. The Agency hopes to have the entire fleet converted to CNG operation within a year. Don’t worry more if you’ll be able perform every night your best. These pills provide a natural Viagra online like effect that ready each time you will have on the course of action. And the frequency of your ability for repeated sexual episodes will also increase.
Source: Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging.