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Trillium CNG Inks Deal with California Waste Management District

Trillium CNG Inks Deal with California Waste Management District

Trillium CNG and the Monterey Regional Waste Management District in California have signed a letter of agreement for a new compressed natural gas (CNG) refueling station. Trillium will build, own and operate the station, to be built at the Monterey Regional Environmental in Marina, CA, for the district’s 50 CNG refuse trucks.

By mid-2016, the district will extrude the methane gas produced at the Monterey Peninsula Landfill, a nearby sanitary facility, and convert the recovered natural gas into CNG to power their fleet. Trucks will begin and end the day at the site.

“It’s really sort of a perfect closed loop resulting in negative carbon impact,” said Tim Flanagan, the district’s assistant general manager.

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