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United Site Services Joins the National Clean Fleets Partnership

Dec. 14, 2016

United Site Services (USS), the nation’s leading provider of portable restrooms and temporary fence, is the latest company to join Clean Cities' National Clean Fleets Partnership (NCFP).

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National Clean Fleets Partners Top Major Mileage Goals

Aug. 17, 2016

UPS, Ryder, and PepsiCo's Frito-Lay are the latest to demonstrate a commitment to operating their fleets more sustainably.

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AT&T Hosts Ride-And-Drive Event in Effort to Help California Reach 250,000 EV Milestone

June 13, 2016

What is the AFLEET Tool, how can I use it to make decisions about alternative fuels, and what are the recent improvements?

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UPS Delivers on Its Commitment to CNG

April 10, 2015

New CNG fueling stations will allow the company to increase current alternative fuel and advanced technology fleet by nearly 30%.

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Ryder's Natural Gas Truck Fleet Surpasses 30 Million Miles

Feb. 10, 2015

Implementation of natural gas for truck fleets benefits the environment, enhances the company's alternative-fuel experience, and adds momentum for customers to "lease green."

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UPS Invests in Propane for U.S. Delivery Fleet

March 10, 2014

UPS, a founding member of Clean Cities' National Clean Fleets Partnership, announced plans to purchase 1,000 propane package delivery trucks and install an initial 50 fueling stations at UPS locations. The investment in propane vehicles and infrastructure is approximately $70 million.

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UPS to Expand Use of Liquefied Natural Gas

Oct. 25, 2013

UPS, a founding member of Clean Cities' National Clean Fleets Partnership, announced plans to invest approximately $50 million to build an additional nine liquefied natural gas (LNG) fueling stations, bringing the total number of stations to 13. Four were announced in April, and all should be operational by the end of 2014.

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