Furthermore, Waste Management of New Jersey inaugurated “Clean N’ Green Fuel”, built by Clean Energy and to be operated by PetroCard. Camdem’s first public natural gas station will serve commercial fleets as well as individuals. “Our partnership with Waste Management has made it more convenient for fleets and consumers with CNG vehicles to reduce emissions and save money,” said PetroCard CEO Steve Tolton.
Waste Management, which operates U.S. largest fleet of CNG waste collection trucks, has also acquired 14 methane powered trucks and expects to have 45 NGVs in service in a few months, representing nearly half its Camden-based fleet. According to Waste Management of New Jersey area vice president John Morris, these vehicles will help his company achieve the sustainability goal of reducing fleet emissions by 15 percent, equivalent to taking 3,500 gasoline-powered vehicles off the road.
Source: Waste Management / New Jersey Natural Gas