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Colo. County Builds CNG Station, Adds Trucks

February 25, 2015

Photo via Flickr/Scott Lowe
Photo via Flickr/Scott Lowe

Pueblo County, Colo., has broken ground on a new compressed natural gas (CNG) station that will be used to fuel county and state fleet trucks. It will also be open to the public.

The project is funded by grant from Colorado and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, KOAA reported.

The state already has hundreds of fleet trucks running on CNG. The county hopes to have eight to 10 CNG trucks by the end of 2015, its fleet director said. These trucks will be partially funded with grant money.

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