Today, standing in front of Kwik Trip’s compressed natural gas (CNG) station in Verona, Dane County Executive Joe Parisi announced that Kwik Trip will be one of the primary dispensers of the renewable vehicle fuel generated by the County’s landfill biogas project when it reaches completion later this year. When finished, Dane County’s landfill biogas project will be able to turn trash and cow manure into renewable fuel and inject it into an interstate transmission pipeline so it can be bought and sold to power fleets of CNG vehicles. Through Kwik Trip’s partnership with Dane County, the company will be able to dispense renewable CNG fuel from the pipeline, sell it at the company’s growing list of CNG fueling stations, and power vehicles locally and across the Midwest.
“Our project at the landfill will be a win for clean air as well as Dane County taxpayers,” said County Executive Joe Parisi. “Dane County’s partnership with Kwik Trip will enable our region to reap the benefits of the renewable fuel generated at the landfill.”
By, County of Dane