Trillium CNG Inks Deal in Monterey California

Trillium CNG, a business unit of Integrys Energy Group,
has signed a letter of agreement with the Monterey
Regional Waste Management District in California to
build, own and operate a new compressed natural gas
(CNG) refueling station to power the district’s CNG refuse
trucks. The station will be built at the Monterey Regional
Environmental Park located at 14201 Del Monte Boulevard
in Marina, California.

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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