California Garbage Trucks Fueled by Garbage – WIH RESOURCE GROUP


Methane gas produced in California landfills fuels garbage and recycling trucks, reducing the state’s carbon emissions. Methane gas produced in California landfills fuels garbage and recycling trucks, reducing the state’s carbon emissions. California Garbage Trucks Fueled by Garbage – WIH RESOURCE GROUP. Altamont is one of two California landfills making LNG; the other is a smaller facility about 40 miles south of Los Angeles. Other natural gas facilities are being planned by Waste Management at some of the 270 active landfills nationwide, and the number could grow quickly as communities seek to reduce greenhouse gas pollution.

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Volvo Trucks Declares Itself First Manufacturer of Efficient Dual-Fuel Euro V Engine – WIH Resource Group


Volvo Trucks Declares Itself First Manufacturer of Efficient Dual-Fuel Euro V Engine. Both natural gas and biogas consist of methane. The difference is that natural gas is a fossil fuel, whereas biogas is produced from biodegradable material such as waste.Source: Volvo North America, Volvo Trucks, NGV Global News and WIH Resource Group … More Volvo Trucks Declares Itself First Manufacturer of Efficient Dual-Fuel Euro V Engine – WIH Resource Group

Biogas from Sewage and Landfills – Glamorous? No, but a Renewable Fuel? Yes.


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