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In The News | September 15, 2008

Clean Energy to Build, Operate CNG Fueling Station for New Solid Waste Fleet in Seattle, Washington


Check out this article about our fueling station in Seattle...

 

CleanScapes, Inc., a newly-designated City of Seattle, WA solid waste contractor, has awarded Clean Energy Fuels Corp. a contract for up to 10 years to build and operate a compressed natural gas (CNG) station and provide fuel for CleanScapes’ 40 new CNG-powered refuse trucks. Clean Energy’s fuel contract with CleanScapes includes a preferential fuel pricing provision. The new CleanScapes time-fill CNG fuel station, to be designed, built and operated by Clean Energy, will be located south of Seattle’s downtown area. Starting in April 2009, CleanScapes will deploy the CNG fleet to provide waste collection services to more than 64,000 residential and business customers in the Central and Northeast sections of Seattle.

 

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| July 16, 2011

2011 Shoreline SolarFest Fair


Date:  7/16/2011
Cost: Free
Location: Shoreline Community College


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Ask Charlie | December 03, 2009

Q: What is the correct method to dispose of CFL light bulbs that contain mercury? - SEATTLE


A: Dear Daemon,

Switching to Compact Fluorescent Light bulbs (CFLs) is an excellent choice to make when it comes to energy savings. However, CFLs contain a small amount of mercury, a highly toxic substance, and are not allowed in the garbage. Here are a few options for recycling CFL tubes and bulbs in Seattle:


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Ask Charlie | December 08, 2009

Q: What is the correct method to dispose of CFL light bulbs that contain mercury? - SHORELINE


A: Dear Daemon,

Switching to Compact Fluorescent Light bulbs (CFLs) is an excellent choice to make when it comes to energy savings. However, CFLs contain a small amount of mercury, a highly toxic substance, and are not allowed in the garbage.

Here are a few options for recycling your CFL tubes and bulbs:


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