Tree service company turns to autogas

October 24, 2014 By    

Asplundh, a Philadelphia area-based company that provides tree services to utilities and municipalities, adopted propane autogas for some of its medium-duty trucks. According to a press release, Asplundh currently has two Ford F-650 trucks with Roush CleanTech autogas fuel systems. The company says its most complex unit is a bucket truck equipped with a 58-ft. aerial lift that is operating in the Charlotte, N.C., area, pruning trees away from power lines. Asplundh adds that a North Carolina State University grant helped to fund one of its vehicles.

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