Compressed natural gas station a link between Denver, Salt Lake

TIM BARKER, fleet supervisor for the city of Grand Junction, holds the nozzle at the slow-fill pump that city trash trucks will use at the new compressed natural gas station on Riverside Parkway near the city shops.



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TIM BARKER, fleet supervisor for the city of Grand Junction, holds the nozzle at the slow-fill pump that city trash trucks will use at the new compressed natural gas station on Riverside Parkway near the city shops.

Jay Valentine wasn’t sure what kind of response he’d garner by hanging a sign with his office number on the still-under-construction compressed natural gas station in Grand…




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