(GREENSBURG, Kan.) — What's normally Greensburg's public works building, is temporarily a one-stop-shop to fuel efficiency.
"You can see the green light flashing, that means that everything is working," explains Joe Mentlick.
He's helping Highline Technical Innovations, based out of Arkansas, install free hydrogen boosters into city and school vehicles.
Both the company and city are hoping to accomplish two things with the new equipment.
"One, reducing fuel consumption, and two, make what's coming out of the tail pipe much better for the environment," said Highline CEO, Charlton Coats.
The company heard about Greensburg, and wanted to be a part of what it's doing to try and be a more environmentally friendly community.