Our UNH Biomass Project is nearing completion!

The first load of our PDC screened dry wood chips are being blown into the new interior silo in UNH's new Northwest Heating Plant.

The first load of our PDC screened dry wood chips are being blown into the new interior silo in UNH’s new Northwest Heating Plant.

Early mornings and long days of hard work by our guys have advanced the project to be ahead of schedule!

Early mornings and long days of hard work by our guys have advanced the project to be ahead of schedule! They deserve a great amount of credit for juggling work here and at two other important school boiler projects.

Most of our guys spent Monday through Thursday nights in hotels near Durham, away from their families.

Work starts at 6 AM or earlier! Most of our guys spent Monday through Thursday nights during most of the summer in hotels near Durham, away from their families.

After a long summer of work, our Biomass district heating project at UNH’s Thompson School area is nearing completion. PDCs were delivered and blown into the silo today. The big biomass boiler was fired up and now is operational!

This is just in time–as buildings all across the campus are starting up their boilers in preparation for winter.

We are now officially ahead of schedule!  But we still have a few more weeks of boiler adjustments and finishing everything up.

Heating the UNH Thompson School with Biomass
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