Waste Management Inc. and Clean Energy Fuels Corp. have agreed to have Clean Energy provide maintenance and repair services for Waste Management’s compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling stations throughout the United States.
Waste Management operates about 1,000 CNG and liquefied natural gas waste collection and recycling trucks throughout North America. The company has CNG and LNG fueling stations at 17 of its facilities, with more planned.
“We are delighted to have the opportunity to support Waste Management in its expanding efforts to deploy CNG truck fleets that provide environmentally-friendly refuse collection and recycling services to its commercial and residential customer base,” said Raymond P. Burke, vice president of Clean Energy, in a news release.
Clean Energy also provides engineering and construction services, as well as compression equipment through its subsidiary, IMW Industries, at selected fueling stations.