Mayor Jim Gray, Council members and representatives of Columbia Gas and of the Division of Waste Management had a news conference Tuesday, August 12, 2014, to discuss the city's new energy-saving garbage trucks (equipped to run on compressed natural gas), and the new compressed natural gas fueling unit for Waste Management. Photo by Stacey Dimon/Division of Government Communications
Mayor Jim Gray, Council members and representatives of Columbia Gas and of the Division of Waste Management had a news conference Tuesday, August 12, 2014, to discuss the city's new energy-saving garbage trucks (equipped to run on compressed natural gas), and the new compressed natural gas fueling unit for Waste Management. Photo by Stacey Dimon/Division of Government Communications
Mayor Jim Gray, Council members and representatives of Columbia Gas and of the Division of Waste Management had a news conference Tuesday, August 12, 2014, to discuss the city's new energy-saving garbage trucks (equipped to run on compressed natural gas), and the new compressed natural gas fueling unit for Waste Management. Photo by Stacey Dimon/Division of Government Communications

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Lexington acquiring garbage trucks and buses that run on compressed natural gas

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