While ET Environmental built the CNG facility, Clean Energy built the time fill. Waste Management and PetroCard funded construction with financial assistance from the South Coast Air Quality Management District and the City of Santa Ana. “Our collaboration with Waste Management at this facility makes it more convenient for fleet owners to save money at the pump while shrinking their carbon footprint from operations,” said Steve Tolton, CEO of PetroCard.
“We are dedicated to doing business in the most sustainable way possible as well as offering our customers more ways to live green,” said Jason Rose, general manager and vice president of Waste Management of San Diego and Orange County. “Natural gas powered vehicles run cleaner and quieter, improving air quality and reducing noise pollution. Santa Ana can look forward to cleaner air and neighborhoods as we get more NGVs on the road.”
Source: Waste Management