Georgia City to Convert Six Vehicles to Natural Gas
On Monday, the City of Douglas, Georgia, announced that the City Mayor and Board of Commissioners recently voted to convert five Dodge Chargers and one Freightliner truck to run on CNG. City officials plan to convert more vehicles as time permits. “We are committed to becoming a fuel efficient city and are setting an example by moving Douglas forward and transitioning some of our vehicles to run off Compressed Natural Gas,” says City Manager Terrell Jacobs. In October, the City of Douglas opened a publically accessible CNG fueling facility. The City has a contract with Waste Industries to use the station. For more information, call the Natural Gas Department at 912.389.3427.