Another company is considering Dickson County as the site of a new industrial investment. The Dickson County Industrial Development Board approved a graduated tax incentive proposal Monday for a company identified only as Project TNT. The unidentified company is believed to be the one Mayor Bob Rial referenced during his address at the chamber of commerce luncheon last week as being a potential $25 million investment with as many as 50 new jobs. Industrial Development Board Chairman Donald Richardson said the unidentified company is considering purchasing the former Wabash Alloys facility at 600 Printwood Drive in the William D. Field-Dickson County Industrial Park. The proposal approved by the board Monday would allow the company to pay a graduated schedule of property taxes over a seven-year period and must also be approved by the Dickson City Council and Dickson County Commission. Wabash Alloys was purchased by Aleris in September 2007 and closed the Dickson facility in November of that year, eliminating 67 jobs. The company had supplied molten aluminum to the Nemak plant across the street and other customers but the operations were consolidated with other Aleris facilities. The plant had recently been discussed as the potential site of a private recycling operation, but that project fell through. No information on what other locations are being considered or what timeline exists for a decision by Project TNT. The city council and county commission are expected to vote on the tax incentive proposal in October.