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Re: [greenyes] Clean Fuel Garbage Trucks
Resa,

In the City of Hawthorne, CA, in the 2002 RFP we required the use of alternative fuels for garbage and recycling vehicles. See http://www.cityofhawthorne.com/psrv_hawrcy-projindex.htm for the RFP. Our environmental review consultants were excellent in assisting the City in developing our requirements and reviewing the submittals from proposers for compliance. See their Environmental Review documents at http://www.cityofhawthorne.com/psrv_hawrcy-epindex.htm. Contacts:
Christopher Cannon or Joseph Hower
ENVIRON International Corporation
707 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 4950
Los Angeles, CA 90017
213-943-6329 direct
213-943-6301 fax
CCannon@no.address or JHower@no.address www.environcorp.com
The South Coast Air Quality Management District in Los Angeles requires alternative fuels for vehicle fleets over 15 trucks. Contact Barbara Beck, SCAQMD, for more details at <bbeck@no.address>.


The California Air Resources Board is developing New
Diesel Particulate Matter Control Measure for On-Road Heavy-Duty
Diesel-Fueled Publicly Owned and Operated Fleets. See
http://www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/publicfleets/publicfleets.htm

Gary

At 01:00 PM 01/09/2004 -0500, you wrote:
Hi All -

I am looking for examples of cities or companies that have transitioned to
the use of clean fuels - ultra low sulfur diesel, CNG, BioDiesel, etc - for
their garbage or recycling fleets. I know of San Francisco's CNG efforts and
Berkeley's use of BioDiesel, but other examples would be helpful.  Thanks -

Resa Dimino

Gary Liss
916-652-7850
Fax: 916-652-0485

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