ANGI Receives Sustainability Award

Mon, Jun 5th, 2017

ANGI prides itself with a business model that provides customers with solutions that is not only good for them economically, but also good for the environment. As a result, in early May, the City of Janesville in Wisconsin gave ANGI the Sustainable Janesville Award as recognition for its innovation and leadership in sustainability.  


This acknowledgement demonstrates ANGI’s long-term commitment to educating the market about the environmental benefits of natural gas as a cleaner alternative to diesel. ANGI also constantly develops and promotes complex solutions that drive the shift from diesel to a more efficient and cleaner form of energy, which is natural gas. ANGI carries their sustainability commitment into their headquarters in Janesville as well with strong environmental policies and procedures in place. 


“It is a true honor to be recognized by ANGI’s hometown of Janesville, Wisconsin, for the good work our associates do each day in promoting sustainable practices within our own community as well as in helping our customers around the word realize the environmental benefits of natural gas,” says Jason Lund, President of ANGI.  “ANGI has and will continue to partner with our customers to accelerate progress by offering natural gas based solutions which are both economically and environmentally advantaged over diesel.”

To learn more about ANGI, visit their website,

Did you know…..?

  • “Natural gas is the cleanest burning alternative transportation fuel available today that can economically power light-, medium, and heavy-duty vehicle applications as well as many non-road applications, such as rail and marine vehicles. Whether in the form of compressed natural gas (CNG) or liquefied natural gas (LNG), natural gas is a proven alternative fuel that significantly improves local air quality and reduces greenhouse
    gases (GHG).” (source:

  • Natural gas contains less carbon than any other fossil fuel and thus produces fewer carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions when burned. While NGVs do emit methane, another principle greenhouse gas, the increase in methane emissions is more than offset by a substantial reduction in CO2 emissions. The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has conducted extensive analysis on this issue. CARB concludes that a CNG fueled vehicle emits 20 to 29 percent fewer GHG emissions than a comparable gasoline or diesel fueled vehicle on a well-to-wheel basis. For natural gas vehicles that run on biomethane, the GHG emissions reduction approaches 90 percent.”(Source:

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