The Southwestern Connecticut Clean Cities Coalition
(SWCTCCC) received its designation in 1995 and
is currently partnered with three other Connecticut
Clean Cities Coalitions in the largest grant award program
ever seen in the state, the Connecticut Clean Cities Future
Fuels Project, (CTCCFF).
SWCTCCC Coordinator Edward Boman also serves
as the Assistant Director of Public Works for the Town of
Fairfield. With 14 years of proven experience, Boman has
tackled such projects as building CNG stations, developing
and implementing CNG vehicle fleets (including school
buses) and implementing a waste-to-energy facility in
As part of the CTCCFF, SWCTCCC is actively
completing various initiatives including installation of
a public access LNG/CNG fueling station in Bridgeport,
purchase of 18 LNG Kenworth Class 8 Tractors, upgrade of
the CNG station in Fairfield with the addition of one CNG
shuttle bus and two hybrid sedans, and the conversion of 4
heavy-duty diesel vehicles to CNG for the City of Bridgeport.
SWCTCCC Membership provides stakeholders access
to a variety of benefits that promote their success. Industrywide
networking, access to expert technical advice, statistical
data and funding opportunities through state and federal sources represent just a few key benefits of membership.
Simply stated, being a stakeholder in a Clean Cities
Coalition means being a member of the largest group of
committed individuals and organizations in the nation
supporting energy independence, petroleum reduction
and environmental consciousness.