Waterworks inaugurates fleet fueled with CNG from sewage it treats
Waterworks Zalaviz on Friday inaugurated a fleet of light commercial vehicles fueled with gas generated from the sewage it treats.
The eight compressed natural gas (CNG) fueled vehicles cost about 20% more than a conventional vehicle, but they run with practically zero emissions, said CEO Andras Nagy.
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