Trillium CNG hosted a safety seminar at the area's only natural gas station. They showed firefighters what safety measures are in place to make sure if an incident happens they're ready for it.
For now, businesses like Rock River Disposal uses the natural gas as an alternative to diesel because it's cheaper Eventually, Trillium hopes the public will soon fill up their car with natural gas. "Price point at this point is still to where it's not affordable" says Trillium's Marketing Director Scott Magnus. "As you see more adoption and usage you're going to start seeing the price go down and more people using compressed natural gas."
Trillium says in 15 years they've been working with natural gas there've been no incidents.