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1,000 Pounds of Explosives used to Drop NGS's Three

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Mar 04, 2021 · March 4, 2021. PAGE, Ariz. (AP) — A contractor used more than 1,000 pounds of explosives to demolish the Navajo Generating Station's three 245-foot-tall boilers. The coal-fired power plant near the Arizona-Utah border shut down in 2019 and three 775-foot concrete stacks were imploded in December. The boiler demolition was part of Salt River Project's continuing decommissioning of the nearly 50-year old coal-fired …

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A new boiler costs $1,500 to $2,500 to install. You'll usually hire an HVAC professional for this job, although it may vary by location. HVAC professionals charge anywhere from $75 to $125 an hour, with some companies charging up to $200 an hour. Expect labor to come in at a flat rate with two technicians completing the job in a few hours.

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Boilers demolished at decommissioned power plant in Arizona

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Mar 04, 2021 · The coal-fired power plant near the Arizona-Utah border shut down in 2019 and three 775-foot concrete stacks were imploded in December. …

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Nov 14, 2016 · Drain the system. Since it's a boiler, it definitely has some water left inside. To drain the remaining liquid, it's enough to simply turn on your tap. Or all the taps in the house, including flushing your toilets to speed up the process. Once no more water is coming out, you're good to go. Mop up the water. If the puddle under the boiler has collected too much water, you better mop that up.

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1,000 Pounds of Explosives used to Drop NGS's Three

Mar 04, 2021 · The boiler demolition was part of Salt River Project's continuing decommissioning of the nearly 50-year old coal-fired power plant near the Arizona-Utah border that ceased operation in …

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