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  • Re: CNG STATION SAFETY

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    Re: CNG STATION SAFETY

    Every country seems to have different measures established for safety. Those in the US tend to be some of the most stringet in the world. My suggestion to you would be to go to the following web site and review some of the resources that may be available to you through them http://www.iangv.org They are international in their scope and probably better suited to provide you information that would be valid in your country.

    We want to warmly welcome you to this forum and would love to hear your experiences with natural gas vehicles and developing infrastructure. Some of our members actually are involved in developing such stations and are probably so busy that they would be hard pressed to spend any time in the forums these days.

    Demand has exploded in this country, as I am hearing it has done in India. Best of luck with your endeavors.

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      Re: CNG STATION SAFETY

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      Last edited by dheerajtiwari; 10-19-2011, 02:44 AM.
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        Re: CNG STATION SAFETY

        Your username and password are set by you when you joined the site. Your email remains unchanged from what it has always been. The personal message system is for members to privately contact each other, I don't know that you can send info to yourself using PM's. If you subscribe to a forum, you'll receive emails when there are post's to that forum. It would be easier to create an email folder for the info you receive. Worst case, simply copy and paste info from the site to a document in Word or note pad within your computer.

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