CNG Fuels breaks ground on two food waste-based HGV fuelling stations

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Biomethane fuelled trucks are growing in popularity among retailers and delivery giants - but the refuelling network for them is currently limited | Credit: Matt Howell
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Biomethane fuelled trucks are growing in popularity among retailers and delivery giants - but the refuelling network for them is currently limited | Credit: Matt Howell

Firm plans to have five new public access stations up and running by the end of the year, in bid to enable long-distance, low emission trucking

CNG Fuels has started construction work on two new biomethane fuelling stations, it announced today, as it moved forward with plans for a new fleet of low-emission fuel stops for hauliers across the UK....

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