Waste Management Opens CNG Station in Pennsylvania

Waste Management Inc. has opened a new compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station in Bristol, Bucks County, Pa.

The Houston-based Waste Management’s station will fuel the company’s fleet of CNG trucks and also be open to the public, according to a news release from the Pennsylvania governor’s office.

"Waste Management recognizes the great asset we have here in Pennsylvania; the Marcellus Shale is now the most productive gas field in the world," said Gov. Tom Corbett.

Waste Management currently has 2,000 CNG trucks in use with its national fleet.

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