Lower GHG & Maintenance

Making fuel dollars go farther

Cleaner and greener

A cleaner burning, lower carbon fuel with almost zero particulate emissions, CNG is a natural fit for greener supply chains and escalating environmental targets. With new heavy vehicle standards in Canada and the US regulating GHG emissions, natural gas trucks and buses can position your fleet for long-term sustainability and success.

Contact Us

Find out how CNG can drive your business. Get a FREE first-cut assessment.

Email us today

The environmental advantage

illustration of carbon dioxide

Greenhouse gas (GHG) reductions of up to 25 per cent vs. diesel

illustration of a molecule

Lower NOx and VOCs, nearly zero particulates

illustration of a leaking gas barrel

Less risk of spills, virtually no contamination (disperses in air)

mute sound icon

Quiet operation – up to 90 per cent quieter at idle than diesel

illustration of a bus

More suitable for public transit, municipal use

illustration of a person in a reclining chair

More comfortable, preferred by drivers

Lower maintenance costs

CNG vehicles have no emission equipment to service and maintain. So fleet operators don’t have to pay for Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) or Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF). There is just a catalytic converter on a CNG engine.

CNG engines require simple valve adjustments and spark plug replacement—maintenance items that are much less expensive than those associated with servicing diesel emission controls. With stricter and costlier emission controls just around the bend, fleet operators can expect the CNG-diesel maintenance gap to widen even more.

Funding for the move to CNG

  • Transportation sector is the largest source of GHG emissions in Ontario—more than iron, steel, cement and chemicals combined
  • Mandatory emission reductions have been set for public transit and the movement of goods.
  • Government supports the switch to CNG.
  • New refueling stations are located throughout Ontario and now in Quebec.

Cut costs while reducing GHG

chart of GHG cut costs savings