Atlas Disposal’s Atlas reFuel: a great example of sustainability for NYC! Simon Sylvester-Chaudhuri wrote an article about “NYC’s Chance to Become a World Leader in Urban Sustainability” (theenergycollective.com posted October 11,2013). In his article he describes that the Department of Sanitation in New York (DSNY) may be the best hope for the success of NYC’s Read More
Hungry for Fuel – Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Kirstin Smith wrote a very complimentary article about the succesful growth of our refuel plant on rewmag.com and highlighting the future the benefits to Sacramento. Some excerpts are reproduced below: Hungry for Fuel Kirstin Smith (October 16, 2013) Fueling a vehicle with food waste was a concept made Read More
Sacramento to Fuel Refuse Vehicles with Renewable Natural Gas Thi Dao in July 10, 2010 wrote a great article on The City of Sacramento’s plan to have its compressed natural gas (CNG) trucks use CNG produced from food waste a as a result of the opening of the CNG Fueling Station owned by Atlas Disposal Read More
Zero Food Waste Article from SacramentoPress.com Amber Stott wrote a wonderful article (published on sacramentopress.com in July 2013) about the efforts of Green Restaurant Alliance Sacramento (Gras) with whom Atlas Disposal have proudly partnered. Excerpts from the article appear below: Imagine a local food system that produces zero waste. That’s the dream of nonprofit executive Read More
Food Becoming Fuel for Sacramento City Trucks, Street Sweepers CBS13 Sacramento created a great video about the green benefits of Atlas ReFuel for the City of Sacramento (shown below). The full article can be viewed here
The Future Is Now – Carbon-Neutral Fuel with Atlas reFuel AB 32, the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006, is California’s landmark global warming Legislation slated to reduce California greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) to 1990 levels by 2020.