GARDEN GROVE, CA – Final Assembly, Inc., a move-management and office furniture sales and refurbishing company, has been awarded a grant in the amount of $100,000 from the Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee (MSRC) for the purchase of four liquefied petroleum gas (LPG)-powered trucks.

The grant award for four LPG medium heavy-duty trucks was made possible by the MSRC’s Near-Zero Emission Medium Duty and Medium-Heavy-Duty Vehicle program, which offers incentives for the purchase of medium and heavy-duty vehicles that have zero or near zero tailpipe emissions. The acquisition of the four alternative-fueled trucks are part of a larger plan at Final Assembly, Inc. to replace conventional-fueled vehicles with a wide range of near-zero emission vans and trucks.

The company has already purchased two propane-autogas-powered vehicles including one van and one sixteen foot truck. The addition of four propane autogas trucks will continue the momentum to propel the fleet towards a near-zero emission operation. Propane autogas is considered an ideal clean burning fuel because it does not contaminate underground water sources, generates less carbon and results in less corrosion and engine wear than gasoline, according to the company.