Adl’s Conversion To Natural Gas Sparks Interest From Public

2 furnace oil that was being used up to this point. As part of the commissioning or the installation of the equipment there is a series of tests and safety checks that have to be done with the installation of the equipment. The gas is flared off to the environment until it is ready to be moved into our boiler system, explained Bradley. We cant just shut our boilers down. The plant is continuing to operate, so we cant shut the boilers off to commission the whole line into the plant. The equipment outside is being tested to make sure that it is operating. ADL is following in the footsteps of the Cavendish Farms plant in New Annan, which converted its system over in 2012 to use natural gas. The conversion, which will take several days to complete, wont disrupt work at the plant, which operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, almost year round.
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