AMP Americas has launched ampRENEW, a biogas division dedicated to the company’s growing renewable fuel business that has entered into fueling agreements with Dillon Transport and Ruan Transportation Management Systems.
The two companies have signed to have ampRENEW fuel a portion of their fleets at ampCNG fueling stations, the company announced.
The renewable compressed natural gas (RCNG) used for the new fueling stations will be completely sourced from ampCNG’s biogas operation at Fair Oaks Farms in Indiana. The fuel is processed entirely from agricultural waste produced at ampCNG’s anaerobic digester.
"We remain committed to expanding our renewable operations with aggressive, sustainable and innovative solutions, and we are thrilled to be partnering with Dillon and Ruan, true leaders in the trucking industry," said Grant Zimmerman, ampCNG CEO.
Dillon Transport will be served by ampCNG’s two fueling stations in Jacksonville, Fla. Ruan, one of the first fleets to use RCNG from Fair Oaks Farms, will continue to fuel at ampCNG’s three stations in Indiana.
Originally posted on Trucking Info
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