See how Canadian Fleets benefit from transition to natural gas vehicles:
COLDSTAR SOLUTIONS – CNG HIghway Tractors
Coldstar is one of the first fleets in Canada to operate CNG highway tractors. They partnered with local gas distribution company, FortisBC, to bring their CNG truck plans to fruition. Already hitting 30% in fuel savings, they anticipate reaching 40% once approved province-wide price amalgamation comes into effect. Here’s Coldstar’s CNG experience.
WASTE MANAGEMENT – CNG Refuse Trucks
Waste Management has embraced clean fuel technology with a major commitment to using natural gas vehicles including the use of 41 CNG trucks in operation in its Ottawa area refuse collection fleet. A leading provider of waste management services across North America, the company was first to use near zero emissions renewable natural gas from landfill gas in one of its California fleets. Waste Management plans to choose CNG trucks for 90% of its new truck purchases going forward.
ABC ENVIRONNEMENT – CNG Vacuum Trucks
ABC Environment (ABC) was one of the first companies in North America to use CNG vacuum trucks. As a result, ABC has reduced its environmental footprint while reducing fuel costs. With the help of its partners, including Gaz Métro Transportation Solutions, ABC has installed a fueling station to serve its fleet. The company now benefits from the best of both worlds by choosing a cleaner fuel that also reduces operating costs.
VEDDER TRANSPORT – LNG Highway Tractors
Vedder Transport was one of the first in Canada to purchase factory-built Peterbilt LNG highway tractors. These LNG trucks produce about 25% less carbon than diesel trucks. Vedder’s fleet of 50 trucks now haul 1.6 million litres of raw milk per day to processing plants. FortisBC supplies LNG fuel to Vedder’s on-site refueling station, which is now open to other local fleets. Here’s Vedder’s LNG experience.