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March 2013

ROUSH CleanTech Customers

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ROUSH CleanTech Customers

ROUSH CleanTech is proud to provide a cleaner transportation solution to the private companies, public organizations and school districts. Below lists a sampling of our customers:

Private Companies Public Organizations School Districts
ACE Parking CARTS Alvin ISD
American Residential  City of Austin Arlington ISD
AmeriGas City of Cedar Park Denton ISD
AutoZone City of Cincinnati Dickinson ISD
Bay Gas City of Denton First Student
Blue Bird City of El Paso Fort Zumwalt
Boehlke City of Fort Worth Friendswood ISD
Canal Farms City of Garland Hall County
CareLinc City of Indianapolis Houston ISD
CenturyLink City of Livonia Mesa Public Schools
Colorado Mountain Express City of San Antonio Northside ISD
Crocker Bryant AC Dekalb County Omaha Public Schools
D.F. Richard Federal Bureau of Prisons Southwest ISD
DHL Express Flint MTA Student Transportation of America
DirecTV King County Temple ISD
DISH Network Monroe County Tippecanoe
Ferrellgas Prince Georges County  
Fleet Gas Williamson County  
Ford Motor Company    
GO Airport Express    
GO Riteway    
GO Rochester    
Kamps Propane    
Kentucky Eagle    
Roadrunner Shuttle    
Sears Home Services    
Spectrum Health    
ThyssenKrupp Elevator    
Williams Oil Company    
Wright & Filippis    

To learn more about our customers, check out our online Testimonials section.

Creating A Winning Team

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It’s my favorite time of the year. The NTEA Work Truck Show was a huge success, the Green Truck Summit displayed our strengths as an industry and March Madness starts soon! It’s a season full of competition and achievement. And, much like a championship basketball team, we have strategically assembled the right pieces of our company to ensure our customer’s success. We now have in place all the parts it takes to produce a winning team.

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Mesa Verde National Park Deploys Alternative Fueled Vehicles

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Mesa Verde National Park Deploys Alternative Fueled Vehicles

Please join Mesa Verde National Park, Southern Colorado Clean Cities Coalition, and Aramark for the unveiling of the Park’s Visitor and Research Center and alternative fuel and vehicle deployment project on May 232013 at 10 am.

The new Visitor and Research Center is a LEED, Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design, green building which will optimize the building’s appearance, energy efficiency, and water usage. The alternative fuel and vehicle deployment project will include a new liquid propane gasoline (LPG) refueling station for public and park usage along with a new Ford F-250 4WD extended cab LPG truck, LPG shuttle bus, and LPG-fueled Dixie Chopper X Caliber LP lawnmower. An idle reduction campaign will also be integrated into the park’s education and outreach program in an effort to reduce emissions from unnecessary idling of park staff and visitors’ vehicles. Each project will help reduce the environmental impact of the park’s operations while simultaneously educating guests about the importance of conserving resources and reducing waste.

In 2010, the Department of Energy (DOE) through the Clean Cities Initiative signed a five-year interagency agreement with the National Park Service (NPS). The Clean Cities National Park Initiative supports projects that deploy alternative fuels, vehicles, and refueling infrastructure and help to educate park visitors on the benefits of reducing dependence on petroleum, cutting greenhouse gases, and helping the NPS ease traffic congestion. This agreement complements the NPS Climate Friendly Parks program, and enables the partnership to support transportation-related projects that use renewable and alternative fuels, electric drive and advanced vehicles, and fuel-saving measures.  The initiative also works to support the “Greening our Rides” efforts outlined in the NPS Green Parks Plan.

“Alternative fuels and cleaner more-efficient vehicles are a perfect complement to the park’s mission of preserving our national treasures and resources. This Initiative allows a larger audience to learn more about the energy and environmental benefits of these vehicles,” said Dennis A. Smith, DOE’s National Clean Cities Director.

Mesa Verde, Spanish for green table, offers a spectacular look into the lives of the Ancestral Pueblo people who made it their home for over 700 years, from A.D. 600 to 1300. Today the park protects nearly 5,000 known archeological sites, including 600 cliff dwellings. On-site conservations projects demonstrate the importance of protecting the rich archaeological resources and educating guests about the interconnection between our ancestors of the past, our actions in the present, and the consequences of the way we live our lives.