|Executive Director Kim Minkel and |
Vice Chairman Henry M. Sloma
The $5.9 million state-of-the-art facility will feature two 250-hp compressors, serving four fuel dispensers. A twin tower dryer, control building, electric motor and control distribution wiring and control system are also part of the one and a half acre project. The station will more than cover Metro’s needs for the immediate future, and it can be expanded to meet new demands.
|Director of Public Transit, Tom George|
Why CNG? Our Executive Director Kim Minkel explains. “Compressed natural gas is the fuel of the future. It’s affordable, plentiful, safe and made in the USA. CNG is an eco-friendly fuel that helps improve our air quality and will increase the overall efficiency of our fleet.”