Texas city approves construction of CNG station

05/20/2013 | NGT News

Officials in Temple, Texas, have signed off on a plan to build a compressed natural gas fueling station in line with the city's plan to convert some of its vehicles to run on natural gas. "This is the opportune time to diversify the solid waste fleet, which involves providing access to the proper fuel. The city's station will be the only CNG station accessible to the public between the DFW area and the Austin area," said the city's sustainability and grant manager, Ashley Williams. In addition to natural gas vehicles, the city has 16 propane autogas-fueled vehicles.

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