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Contra Costa County Moves to Renewable Diesel
Contra Costa County Moves to Renewable Diesel

September 13, 2016
Costa County, Calif. has switched from biodiesel to R99 renewable diesel to fuel many of its heavy

Wis. County Accelerates CNG Transition
Wis. County Accelerates CNG Transition

September 29, 2016
County, Wis., is accelerating the conversion of its fleet to renewable compressed natural gas (CNG

Calif. County Highlights Clean Fleet Initiatives
Calif. County Highlights Clean Fleet Initiatives

November 8, 2016
renewable diesel; and expanding the compressed natural gas (CNG), hybrid, and electric vehicle fleet

Wis. County Deploys Its First CNG Snowplow
Wis. County Deploys Its First CNG Snowplow

February 21, 2014
County is piloting a compressed natural gas (CNG) snowplow that will be fueled with the renewable CNG

Ga. County Approves Outsourcing Agreement

May 2, 2016
will last until the close of the fiscal year and is automatically renewed on an annual basis for a maximum

N.Y. County Official Calls Propane Autogas Plan a ‘Step Backwards’
N.Y. County Official Calls Propane Autogas Plan a ‘Step Backwards’

February 25, 2015
that promotes fracking is unconscionable, especially since more sustainable, renewable options are readily

13 Bright Ideas for Fleet Improvement
13 Bright Ideas for  Fleet Improvement

September 7, 2016
or retirement and can easily be removed if the technician does not renew his or her certification. Technicians

5 Questions with the Fleet Manager of the Year Finalists
5 Questions with the Fleet Manager of the Year Finalists

June 4, 2015
, buildings, leases, and vehicle fleet. The city’s renewed national fuel ­contract reduces prices

DeKalb County Converting Sanitation Fleet to Natural Gas

May 2, 2012
announced renewable energy facility at a landfill. The new facility will provide “renewable natural

Washtenaw County Renews Contract With LeasePlan USA

March 26, 2012
services provider, announced that Washtenaw County has renewed its contract with the company. The County

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