Pa. County to Get First Public-Access CNG Fueling Station


Construction is under way on the first publicly accessible compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station in Clinton County, Pa. Through a $1.8 million contract, O-Ring CNG Inc. is building the facility at the Wayne Township Landfill along Route 20.

Jay Alexander, manager of the Wayne Township Landfill, recently told The Express that the fueling station is slated to open by Sept. 1 and the Clinton County Solid Waste Authority will be the first to use the facility.

The landfill has two bi-fuel CNG trucks and has ordered three more. In addition to fueling those vehicles, Alexander said the new station will offer CNG to other municipal fleets and the public. He cited Range Resources Corp., which recently added approximately 180 CNG trucks to its own fleet, as a company that could potentially use the facility.

To read the entire report from The Express, click HERE.

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