Local Firms Team to Build Millville Station – and to Use It
Cliffwood Beach, N.J.-based Air & Gas Technologies has completed a public-access compressed natural gas fueling station in Millville, N.J. south of Philadelphia. The facility is owned by South Jersey Gas, and was designed by AGT in conjunction with Oxford Engineering of Camden, N.J.
The new Millville CNG station on Route 47 “highlights how Jersey-based companies are working together to bring ‘green’ to a whole new level in the Garden State,” states a release. And, the station “forms a strong base for the gas utility’s transition of its own fleet to natural gas.”
New Jersey’s Kennedy Concrete delivered concrete for the project, and will fuel its own CNG trucks there.
The Bucks Stay Here
“Every gallon of CNG from the station helps New Jersey’s economy,” AGT president Vincent Tomasso says in the Millville announcement. “That’s money that could have gone overseas, but now it’s staying right here.”
AGT has built more than 80 CNG stations since 1995.
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Source: AGT with Fleets & Fuels follow-up