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    Honda's continuing effort to minimize the environmental impact of its operations took a major step forward today as it opened a CNG fueling station on its property in Marysville, Ohio. The facility, which was designed, constructed and will be operated by Trillium CNG, is the first public CNG station located on a Honda property in North America, at (...)

    This is kind of ironic given the recent announcement that Honda will discontinue the NGV Civic, just saying...

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    Re: First natural gas station opens at Honda property in the US

    The first CNG station in North America on Honda property opened May 2007 at Robertson's Honda in Palmdale. The upgrade is finished except for redoing some of the connections to the existing equipment. The upgrade provided twin 40HP compressors. This was the first fuel stop for the 2012 Clean Across America roadtrip.

    When an reopening date is announced next month, a visit will be worth it just to view the "Hallway of Sponsorship" plaques racked up for the generous community support provided by the dealership over the years!

    http://www.bauercomp.com/en/products...classic-series

    http://www.bauercomp.com/sites/defau...c%20Series.pdf
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      Re: First natural gas station opens at Honda property in the US

      Not ironic Curtis, CNG is a wonderful fuel for medium and heavy duty equipment, is it not? Honda has a LOT of heavy duty equipment moving parts and supplies all along the interstate network. It make complete sence to install a private/public station to provide fuel services for fleets and retail customer alike. Regarding 300mileclub's reference to Robertson's Palmdale Honda's station installation back in '07, that was Curtis' handywork to be sure and is not on "Honda property" as mentioned in your post. All credit belongs to Curtis for his efforts in getting that station built and upgraded along the way.

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