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N.Y. Municipality Switches to Renewable Natural Gas

The Town of Brookhaven, N.Y., has moved from compressed natural gas to renewable natural gas to power its 80 refuse and recycling trucks.

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Utah Clean Cities Shows BYD Refuse Truck

Build Your Dreams (BYD) was selected by the Utah Clean Cities Coalition (UCC) to showcase its Class 6 electric refuse hauler.

NYC Council Pushes for RNG Adoption

The New York City Council’s Progressive Caucus noted the surface transit fleet and city fleets could adopt renewable natural gas to support clean air goals.

City, County Open Joint CNG Station in Kansas

The City of Olathe and Johnson County, Kansas, have opened a compressed natural gas fueling station for their refuse trucks and transit buses.

NYC to Use Domestically Produced Renewable Diesel

New York City will begin using renewable diesel, a low-emission, 99% petroleum-free fuel, to power more than 1,000 city government vehicles, including many sanitation trucks.

Driving Mack’s Low-Ride Refuse Hauler

Mack’s LR model features high-powered, smart hydraulics and finely tuned details to help refuse fleets move trash fast.

Mack Details Improvements to LR Model Refuse Trucks

Mack Trucks has detailed new features on its Mack LR refuse truck lineup that offer enhanced safety, improved driver productivity, and expanded options.

Mack Plans for Electric Refuse Truck in NYC by 2019

Mack Trucks has announced plans to deploy a Mack LR refuse model equipped with an integrated electric drivetrain in the New York City Department of Sanitation fleet by 2019.

Dennis Eagle Launches ProView Refuse Truck in U.S.

Dennis Eagle, a United Kingdom-based refuse and recycling collection vehicle manufacturer, has announced the launch of its ProView refuse truck for the U.S. and Canadian markets.

Columbus Adds 16 Grant-Funded CNG Refuse Trucks

The City of Columbus, Ohio, will be purchasing 16 compressed natural gas (CNG) refuse trucks to add to its fleet, partially paid for with $371,600 in grant funding from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.