Iowa-based W.W. Transport, through its Great River Energy LLC subsidiary, has proposed to install a compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station in Pennsylvania.
According to a report from The Morning Call, W.W. Transport says the station would help the company convert 30 of its vehicles servicing a local flour mill to CNG. The transportation services firm, which won a grant from the Pennsylvania government, wants to build the facility in Lower Mount Bethel Township in order to fuel its own trucks, as well as to offer CNG to the public.
As proposed, the station would have 17 hoses, but W.W. Transport still has to secure various approvals first.
The full report is available here.