Montgomery County CNG Station Grand Opening

On July 27, the Montgomery County Board of County Commissioners along with IGS Energy Services, Setterlin and Clean Fuels Ohio held a grand opening event for the Montgomery County Compressed Natural Gas Fueling Station in Moraine, Ohio. The site for the CNG station is located at 2750 Cardington Road along the SR-741 corridor and paves the way for future growth at the Montgomery County Solid Waste District.

“Our hope is that this station will help to drive economic growth, improve local air quality, and reduce our fleet fueling and maintenance costs,” said Montgomery County Commission President Judy Dodge. “In fact, we expect for the CNG station to pay for itself through our district’s fuel savings alone.”

Montgomery County has already begun converting its aging fleet to CNG-fueled vehicles, a process that will be completed over the next eight months. Converting the county’s vehicles to CNG will save almost $150,000 per year in fueling costs, will reduce lifetime vehicle maintenance costs, and improve air quality by reducing emissions.

“The Solid Waste District is also committed to investing in the economic future of the region and this fueling station is a true testament to that commitment,” said Dick Church, Mayor of the City of Miamisburg and President of the Solid Waste Advisory Committee.

The Montgomery County CNG fueling station is now open to the public. The station will help drive local economic development by making the cleaner, greener fuel available to the public and local businesses.

Scott White, president and CEO of IGS Energy, parent company of IGS CNG Services, said, “We are excited about our partnership with the Montgomery County Environmental Services Department. It allows us to continue our development of a regional CNG fueling corridor and expand access to cleaner fuel to businesses and citizens in the area.”

About the Montgomery County Solid Waste District
The Montgomery County Solid Waste District is an innovative collaboration between all of the jurisdictions in Montgomery County, who came together to manage solid waste and recycling for their citizens in a responsible and environmentally-sound manner. The District members include: Butler Township, City of Brookville, City of Centerville, City of Clayton, City of Dayton, City of Englewood, City of Huber Heights, City of Kettering, City of

Miamisburg, City of Moraine, City of Oakwood, City of Riverside, City of Trotwood, City of Union, City of Vandalia, City of West Carrolton, Clay Township, German Township, Harrison Township, Jackson Township, Jefferson Township, Miami Township, Perry Township, Village of Farmersville, Village of Germantown, Village of New Lebanon, Village of Phillipsburg and Washington Township.

About Montgomery County Environmental Services
Montgomery County Department of Environmental Services provides trash disposal, recycling, drinking water distribution, and wastewater treatment to the citizens of Montgomery County. The department also offers educational outreach to local schools, communities, and businesses that want to learn more about conservation and sustainability in the Miami Valley region.

About IGS CNG Services
IGS CNG Services is a complete solutions provider to the natural gas vehicle industry. Currently, IGS CNG Services is focusing on building CNG stations throughout the United States, providing CNG fueling solutions and helping customers navigate this growing industry by utilizing domestically-produced energy resources. For more information, visit or

About Setterlin
Setterlin is a family owned commercial construction company that provides outstanding construction services throughout central and southern Ohio. The tradition began in 1935, when Robert W. Setterlin, Sr. founded Robert W. Setterlin & Sons. For four generations, we've been providing award-winning construction services that have had a lasting impact on our clients and our community.

About Clean Fuels Ohio
Clean Fuels Ohio is a statewide nonprofit that strives to improve air quality and health, reduce environmental pollution and strengthen Ohio’s economy by increasing the use of cleaner, domestic fuels and energy-saving vehicles. Learn more at