Located at 107 Tilton Rd. S.E. near exit 326 on I-75, the new station will open in the summer and service all types of CNG vehicles, including Class-8 trucks. According to amp Trillium, this is the first CNG station for the City of Dalton.
Featuring Trillium CNG’s proprietary fast-fill hydraulic intensifier compressor (HY-C), the station, to be open 24/7, will enable three Class 8 trucks to fuel simultaneously at 10 DGE/minute.
‘In the competitive world of economic development, communities strive to set themselves apart from each other; the station amp Trillium is building gives Dalton a unique asset that surrounding communities do not have,” notes Mark Buckner, chief development officer at Dalton Utilities. “Located near Carbondale Business Park, this CNG station could be the deciding factor behind whether or not companies choose to develop in Whitfield County.”
The station marks amp Trillium’s second CNG station in Georgia. In March, the joint venture opened a station in Perry to serve Frito-Lay’s fleet.