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Mansfield Continues Development Of Second Cng Fueling Station For Waste Industries In Bolivia, NC

Brunswick Cng Station Will Have 46-vehicle Fueling Capability

GAINESVILLE, Ga., Jan. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Mansfield Energy Corp. is pleased to announce their continued involvement  with Waste Industries' $15M project which includes CNG filling stations, maintenance facility upgrades and vehicles. Mansfield's latest project with Waste Industries, currently in development, is for their Brunswick site located at 2809 Galloway Road in Bolivia, NC. This project consists of the design/build of a Time-Fill CNG station equipped with 23 dual Time-Fill hoses allowing for the fueling of 46 vehicles simultaneously. Mansfield will provide the drawing package, equipment and installation, as well as the start-up and training required for the station. In addition to the station, Mansfield will provide a fully functional methane detection system at the Brunswick facility.

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Gregory Brinkley, General Manager of Waste Industries-Brunswick stated, "We look forward to unveiling our fleet of 32 new trucks running cleaner on CNG fuel. The capacity of the CNG system being built allows for growth beyond these initial 32 trucks, further reducing Waste Industries' carbon footprint and serving as another example of the Company's commitment to environmental friendly innovations. We're proud to operate with HIGHER STANDARDS. LOWER IMPACT.®"

"We are so pleased to continue our collaboration with Waste Industries on the implementation of their CNG fueling projects including the present station in Brunswick, North Carolina.  With more companies converting to CNG as a viable transportation fuel alternative, we are confident we will continue to move the ball forward towards lowering emissions, fuel costs and ultimately, sustainability for our customers," said J. Alexander, President of Mansfield Energy.

The project completion date is anticipated for April 2013.  

About Waste Industries, LLC
With over $400 million in annual revenue, Waste Industries USA, Inc. is a regional provider of non-hazardous solid waste collection, transfer, recycling, and disposal services. The company currently operates in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, Maryland and Delaware. In addition to its solid waste services business, a wholly owned subsidiary of the company, Black Creek Renewable Energy, LLC, began operation of its landfill gas-to-energy plant in March, adjacent to the company's Sampson County, N.C. landfill. Power generation is sufficient to supply electricity to approximately 4,000 households. For more information, please visit www.waste-ind.com.

About Mansfield Energy Corp.
Mansfield Energy Corp. is a national leader in North American energy supply, logistics and services. Mansfield  Energy  Corp.'s  operating  subsidiaries  include  Mansfield  Oil  Company,  C&N  Ethanol Marketing, LLC, Mansfield Renewable Energy, LLC, Mansfield Systems, Inc., Mansfield Gas Equipment Systems Corp., Mansfield Fuel Systems, LLC and Mansfield of Canada, ULC.

Mansfield Energy Corp. is focused on partnering with clients to provide innovative, technology-based fuel solutions to support their energy supply chain. From traditional petroleum products to CNG, LNG, specialty chemicals and renewable fuels, Mansfield Energy's expertise spans nearly all channels of transportation fuels and fuels services.

Mansfield's corporate headquarters is located in Gainesville, GA, with regional operations centers located in Chicago, Detroit, Denver, Los Angeles, Houston and Calgary and with alternative and renewable energy operations in Bloomington, MN, Irvine, CA, Ontario, CA and Sioux City, IA. For more information, please visit www.mansfieldoil.com.

Media Contact: Kristin Sanderson Mansfield Energy Corporation, 678-450-2119, [email protected]

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