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Grand Valley Snapshots: Week of Dec. 19, 2014

A ground-breaking ceremony was recently held by the City of Grand Junction to mark the start of the BioCNG Project, which will carry bio-gas that is converted to compressed natural gas (CNG) from the Persigo Wastewater Treatment Plant via an underground pipeline to the city’s Municipal Services Campus. It will then be used to fuel the city’s fleet of CNG vehicles and County CNG Grand Valley Transit buses. The official start to the project has been many years in the making and will be the first of its kind in Colorado when completed. The project was recently funded by grant of $500,000 from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs. For more information, visit www.gjcity.org.
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