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L-40 takes pride in environmental work

Members install control systems at Kentucky power station

A CREW FROM LOCAL 40 (Elizabethtown, Ky.) celebrates their work on East Kentucky Power’s John Sherman Cooper Station in Somerset, Ky., by displaying a banner made specifically for the project.

BM-ST Mike Autry said at peak about 170 Boilermakers worked on the job, which involved installation of a bag house, dry scrubber, air heater, and SCR. The project, performed by Enerfab, began in August 2010 and is scheduled for completion in June of 2012.

Tags  Jobs, Local News
Locals  L-40
Reporter  V51N1
Published on the Web: January 9, 2012

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