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New US biomass boiler will replace four conventional boilers

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HARTSVILLE_ Construction crews have been working tirelessly over the summer on Sonoco's new biomass boiler that will replace four fossil-fueled boilers.
The new boiler is expected to be complete December 2013 and will provide approximately $14 million in savings each year. Over the summer, the project has completed 245 safe work days. The foundation for the boiler stoker has been poured and completed, along with caps, grade beams and columns. Also completed is the retention pond. All but five of the tie-ins were completed during July. The remaining tie-ins will be completed in February.
During the next two months, equipment for the boiler will be shipped in and stored, steel erection will continue, and two 30" diameter concrete pipes will be installed underground from the construction site to the retention pond.

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