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Diesel mechanic Lawrence Henderson checks the control panel of a CNG-powered (compressed natural gas) Mack Truck at Waste Pro, March 19, 2016, in Jacksonville, Florida. Waste Pro offers waste and recycling services to more than two million residential customers and more than 40,000 businesses in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, South and North Carolina, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee. The company has committed to “going green” by implementing a number of green initiatives, including using CNG (Clean Natural Gas) in its trucks, recycling more waste instead of sending it to landfills, and powering its regional headquarters throuh solar energy. (Photo by Carmen K. Sisson/Cloudybright)
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Big Rigs, Mack Trucks, Sanford, Florida - Waste Pro
Diesel mechanic Lawrence Henderson checks the control panel of a CNG-powered (compressed natural gas) Mack Truck at Waste Pro, March 19, 2016, in Jacksonville, Florida. Waste Pro offers waste and recycling services to more than two million residential customers and more than 40,000 businesses in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, South and North Carolina, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee. The company has committed to “going green” by implementing a number of green initiatives, including using CNG (Clean Natural Gas) in its trucks, recycling more waste instead of sending it to landfills, and powering its regional headquarters throuh solar energy. (Photo by Carmen K. Sisson/Cloudybright)