Elkhart, IN, December 08, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Green Alternative Systems (GAS) has just announced that the company, Waste Management has opened its first public-accessed compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station. The opening ceremony was attended by state Sen. Tim Solobay, Sen. John Pippy and Chartiers Township Supervisor Harlan Shober. The new Clean N’ Green Fuel public fueling station will be operated by PetroCard. It offers CNG to commercial fleets as well as individuals with natural gas powered vehicles.
GAS provides CNG conversions to the transportation industry and the news of a new CNG fueling system is another big win for the company, and the natural fueling industry as a whole. With more CNG fueling stations opening, and being easily accessible to businesses and individuals, the popularity of CNG conversions as an alternative fueling system will continue to increase.
Converting from gasoline and diesel to cleaner burning fueling options such as compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquid propane injection (LPI) systems has been proven to reduce fuel costs, extend the life of the vehicle and contribute to a more sustainable planet. This is achieved by reducing the amount of emissions and harmful toxins that are released into the atmosphere.
Green Alternative Systems welcomes inquiries from fleets that are considering CNG conversion. The company can be contacted directly with questions and comments.
Green Alternative Systems, Inc.
28293 Clay Street
Elkhart, Indiana 46517
For more information on Green Alternative Systems (GAS) and their Altoona Tested CNG conversion systems visit, http://www.greenalternativesystems.com/