Clean Energy to Support Waste Customers with 36 Station Projects in 2015
Clean Energy has completed 14 station construction projects for refuse customers in the first six months of the year and expects to complete another 22 by the end of 2015, which will enable new or expanding refuse fleets transitioning to natural gas. These stations support large waste companies such as Waste Management, Republic Services and Progressive Waste Solutions, as well as regional companies.
In addition to revenue received from the construction of new stations and expansion of existing stations and the recurring revenues from fuel sales and operating and maintaining stations for long-‐term refuse customers, companies are taking advantage of Clean Energy’s Facility Modification Services unit. Clean Energy has been contracted by Waste Management, Republic Services and others to upgrade vehicle maintenance facilities to comply with all local and national code requirements for a number of refuse customers.
“The second half of each year typically provides the most robust activity in station construction for our refuse customers as this is when their new trucks arrive and we believe 2015 will be no exception,” said Andrew J. Littlefair, president and CEO of Clean Energy.
Clean Energy has relationships with over 125 individual waste companies and municipality waste divisions in North America, and the company says over 9,400 refuse trucks fuel at a Clean Energy built or maintained station daily.
Clean Energy has produced a short video about their refuse business, which is available here.