News & Updates

Kentucky waste hauler puts NG Peterbilt on the road
Oct. 18, 2013  | Fleet Owner

Freedom Waste Service, a Kentucky-based waste hauler, has taken delivery of its first natural gas Peterbilt Model 384. The truck, delivered in cooperation with the Larson Group and Peterbilt of Evansville, is equipped with a Cummins ISX 12 G engine.

Freedom is also building a compressed natural gas fueling station in Princeton, KY, with additional locations planned in Paducah, Bowling Green and Madisonville to support future natural gas vehicles.

“The Larson Group and Peterbilt of Evansville are extremely excited about our partnership with Freedom Waste Services,” said Chuck Peterman, vice president and director of sales for the Larson Group. “Important milestones such as this, help TLG continue to grow our CNG footprint and further populate the transportation industry with Peterbilt’s state-of-the-art CNG powered vehicles.”
 


Kentucky Waste Hauler Announces Three New Locations for Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Filling Stations in Kentucky
Louisville, KY:  March 1, 2013

Freedom Waste Service, LLC (FWS) installed the first CNG station in Princeton, Kentucky last year.  Today, FWS announced the locations of three additional stations, in Paducah, Bowling Green and Madisonville, Kentucky.  The stations will be owned and operated by FWS.  The stations will be available to new users of CNG as the newer cleaner technology is adopted.

The use of CNG in Kentucky is significant in the struggle to become energy independent.  The gas is cleaner burning, is produced in the USA, and provides local jobs and economic development opportunities.

The project received cooperation from:

  • Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet
  • State and Local Fire Marshalls
  • State and Local Elected Officials

For more information regarding this project, please contact Freedom Waste Service at: 502-426-9196 or at CNGinfo@freedomwaste.biz


About Freedom Waste Service:

Headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, Freedom Waste Service, LLC, is a private company whose core business is waste hauling and disposal. More information about FWS is available at www.freedomwasteservice.com.


This news release contains forward-looking statements that are based on current expectations, and actual results or future events may differ materially. Therefore, the inclusion of such forward-looking information should not be regarded as a representation by us that the future results will be achieved or future events occur.

 


Kentucky Waste Hauler Announces the First "State of the Art" Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Filling Station in Kentucky
Louisville, KY - April 9, 2012

Freedom Waste Service, LLC (FWS) announced today the installation of the first "modern" CNG fueling station in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The fueling station is located in Princeton, KY and will supply fuel for FWS 30 truck fleet. The station will be available to other potential users of CNG as the newer cleaner technology is adopted.
 

The fueling station is scheduled to open May 15th, 2012.


This new use of CNG in Kentucky is significant in the struggle to become energy independent. The gas is cleaner burning, and is produced in the USA, providing local jobs and economic development opportunities.


This project received cooperation from:

  • KentuckyEnergy and Environment Cabinet
  • State and local Fire Marshalls
  • State and local elected officials
  • Aspro Compressors (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
  • PhoenixEnergy (Birmingham, AL)
  • CNGas Group (Hollywood, FL)
  • Atmos Energy (Bowling Green, KY)

For more information regarding this project, please contact Freedom Waste Service at: 502-426-9196 or at CNGinfo@freedomwaste.biz


About Freedom Waste Service:

Headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, Freedom Waste Service, LLC, is a private company whose core business is waste hauling and disposal. More information about FWS is available at www.freedomwasteservice.com.


This news release contains forward-looking statements that are based on current expectations, and actual results or future events may differ materially. Therefore, the inclusion of such forward-looking information should not be regarded as a representation by us that the future results will be achieved or future events occur.