Natural Gas – Conversions, Vehicles and Technology

New CNG Station to Help Power Suburban Disposal’s Natural Gas Refuse Trucks

June 13, 2012

Suburban Disposal’s 2012 CNG-powered Autocar refuse truck features a Cummins Westport 320 ISG Engine and a sixty-eight DGE Fuel Storage System. This vehicle was designed and supplied by Cambria Truck Center. 
Suburban Disposal’s 2012 CNG-powered Autocar refuse truck features a Cummins Westport 320 ISG Engine and a sixty-eight DGE Fuel Storage System. This vehicle was designed and supplied by Cambria Truck Center.

CLIFFWOOD BEACH, NJ – Air & Gas Technologies Inc. (AGT) has signed a multi-year agreement with Suburban Disposal Services, a New Jersey refuse and recycling services provider, to design, build, and maintain a new compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station at Suburban Disposal’s headquarters in Fairfield, N.J.

The CNG station will fuel Suburban Disposal’s new fleet of CNG-powered refuse and recycling trucks, and support its commercial, industrial, municipal and residential customers within a 75-mile radius of Fairfield, in the Northern and Central regions of New Jersey. The total fleet is projected to use approximately 1.1 million gallons of natural gas annually.

Development of the new Suburban Disposal CNG station began in April 2012, with completion scheduled by the end of July. Suburban Disposal’s future plans include development of additional CNG truck fueling capacity as needed to match the growth of their business.

"Our company is committed to acquiring and deploying fleets comprised of CNG-powered trucks. Together with many of our refuse and recycling service customers, we are anxious to secure the cost-saving and clean-air benefits offered by natural gas. Another important goal for us is helping reduce America's need for foreign oil imports, and natural gas fuel is sourced domestically,” said Kerry Roselle, vice-president of Suburban Disposal.

Air & Gas Technologies designs, builds, and maintains natural gas refueling stations for more than 100 businesses, government, and educational institutions in the Mid-Atlantic region.

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