Compressed Natural Gas Fueling Stations Now Open for City’s New Fleet of Refuse Trucks and Street Sweepers

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Photo courtesy of City of Long Beach.

Located in central Long Beach, the city’s new Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fueling station is now open, providing a source of clean fuel to dozens of city trucks and sweepers, city officials announced today.

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The fueling station was developed by TruStar Energy which was contracted by the city to build and maintain the facility, which is located at the Temple/Willow Yard at 2600 Temple Avenue.


 

“By powering fleets with renewable fuels, the City is looking at a potential reduction of more than 7,700 tons of carbon emissions per year,” said Mayor Robert Garcia in a statement. “Long Beach remains a committed leader in its efforts to ensure a zero emissions future.”

The CNG time-fill fueling station includes fully-integrated fuel compression equipment, backup power and a time-fill dispensing system capable of providing a 10-hour time-fill (slow-fill) capacity for 80 trucks and 20 sweepers andenabling them to refuel overnight and be ready to provide services to residents the next day, a city release stated.

In 2016, the city’s fleet was recognized as one of the top 10 fleets in the nation by Government Fleet magazine and was ranked a Top 50 Green Fleet by Heavy Duty Trucking magazine.



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