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Work Progressing on Douglas Gas Plant

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The CNG Fueling Station that will be installed in Douglas The CNG Fueling Station that will be installed in Douglas
Construction is underway for the Douglas CNG Fueling Station Construction is underway for the Douglas CNG Fueling Station
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DOUGLAS, GA (WALB) -

Construction continues for a new Compressed Natural Gas fueling station in Douglas.

Douglas city leaders say TransWaste will use the facility to fuel their garbage trucks but it will eventually be open to anyone who drives a vehicle that runs on natural gas.

The $1.2 million dollar project is being paid for through a loan with the Municipal Gas Authority of Georgia.

The city of Douglas says the CNG facility is expected to be open in October.

 

 

 

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