Chicago-based Trillium CNG and Ohio-based Heritage Cooperative on Thursday teamed up for a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the opening of a compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station in Kenton, OH. The station is part of Heritage's $7 million Kenton Agricultural Campus expansion. Heritage, metal processor Precision Strip Inc. and the city of Kenton were part of the partnership in establishing the 24/7 Class-8 CNG fueling station. Trillium's proprietary fast-fill hydraulic intensifier is used to fuel three dedicated CNG dispensers at the station. Precision Strip officials have committed to converting all of their fleet vehicles to CNG by the end of 2016.
West Coast Correspondent | Los Angeles, CA Richard Nemec began writing for NGI in 1995 and has 30 years experience in the energy industry. He holds BA from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles; and a MA in journalism from Northwestern University, Evanston, IL; and completed MBA courses at Northwestern's Evening Graduate School of Management.
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