Red Ambiental allocates 6 million dollars to incorporate CNG trucks

In order to reduce CO2 emissions, the Mexican company Red Ambiental renewed its entire vehicle fleet that serves the industry and commerce segment with units that use compressed natural gas (CNG).

Enrique Montenegro, director of business development of the company, said that they invested more than six million dollars in the 18 trucks currently operating in Monterrey, San Luis Potosí and Querétaro, and that they contribute with an 85 percent reduction in emissions of nitrous oxide and sulfur. He also stressed that they do not generate lead or heavy metal gases, do not emit carbon dioxide and reduce the emission of nitrogen oxide and carbon monoxide.

“So far only compressed natural gas is used in the trucks that serve the industrial and commercial waste market, but the intention is that in the future it will also be generalized to the fleet that serves the household garbage collection segment.”

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