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    Green Car Congress 21 Feb 2021 - Trillium announces new CNG station

    The city of Albuquerque is adding a new compressed natural gas station to refuel its buses. The new CNG station will replace a more than 20-year-old station. Albuquerque first began purchasing CNG buses in 1997. Albuquerque’s fleet currently has 41 CNG buses.

    Love’s Travel Stops, the parent company of Trillium, presently has an existing station on Interstate 40 at exit 149. Construction of the new station will begin in October 2021. Trillium operates more than 200 CNG stations across the country.


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    Textbook example of time-fill fueling at a refuse fleet yard. The below aerial photo view link shows the essential elements of compressor, storage tubes, fill-posts along truck parking line. Albuquerque has several high-traffic CNG public stations, but this Waste Management yard at 402 Industrial Park Lp NE, Rio Rancho, NM is not open to the public (though it appears there may be a fast-fill dispenser at the NE corner of the compressor enclosure.)

    "CNG Station and Trucks: Waste Management (Rio Rancho NM) invested $10.8 million in 2018 to open a CNG fueling station and purchase 32 new CNG trucks. This investment will cut greenhouse gas emissions by 20 percent."!4d-106.629753