Why Alternative Fuel Vehicles Still Make Sense


There’s no denying that many early alternative fuel adopters made the transition years ago because gasoline and diesel were much more expensive in comparison. Although anyone at the pump knows traditional transportation fuel prices have remained relatively low for a while now, what might be in store for gasoline and diesel costs in the near … More Why Alternative Fuel Vehicles Still Make Sense

Tons of Trash: Tour America’s Top 10 Biggest Landfills – WIH Resource Group


Tons of Trash: Tour America’s Top 10 Biggest Landfills – WIH Resource Group. Waste & Recycling News, WIH Resource Group & Ecosalon. One of California’s largest landfills, Frank Bowerman also boasts the world’s first landfill gas-to-LNG plant. Rumpke Sanitary, Colerain Township, Ohio. 2,128,165 tons. El Sobrante, Corona, California. 2,173,216 tons. Denver Arapahoe Disposal Site, Aurora, Colorado. 2,561,809 tons. Okeechobee, Okeechobee, Florida. 2,640,000 tons. Atlantic Waste, Waverly, Virginia. Newton County Landfill Partnership, Brook, Indiana. 2,692,455 tons.2,669,423 tons. Puente Hills, Whittier, California. 3,756,718 tons … More Tons of Trash: Tour America’s Top 10 Biggest Landfills – WIH Resource Group

Groot, an Illinois Waste Management Company Turns to CNG For Fleet


Groot, an Illinois Waste Management Company Turns to CNG For Fleet. Groot Industries Inc., the largest independent solid waste management services provider in the State of Illinois, will add 20 new compressed natural gas (CNG) trucks to its garbage hauling fleet by the end of the year. WIH Resource Group / Bob Wallace … More Groot, an Illinois Waste Management Company Turns to CNG For Fleet

New York City – Town of Smithtown NY Chooses CNG to Cut Refuse Collection Costs


Faced with rising refuse collection costs, the Town of Smithtown, New York, decided to require its refuse collection contractors to use compressed natural gas (CNG) trucks. It was the first New York municipality to institute such a requirement. On January 1, 2007, the 30 contractor-owned diesel refuse trucks collecting solid waste and recyclables from the town’s 116,000 residents were replaced by 22 CNG models.

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