Barlow Wins Harrisburg Incinerator Retrofit Contract

Date: February 19, 2004

Source: News Room

Barlow Projects has won a contract to retrofit and modernize the recently closed Harrisburg, Pa. waste-to-energy facility. The Harrisburg facility, one of the oldest WTE facilities in the United States, was closed last summer because it could not comply with new Clean Air Act requirements for municipal waste combustors. The project has been financed as part of a $125 Million bond issue. Barlow's retrofit will take approximately 24 months to complete, and will begin in January 2005. Barlow will be installing 3 of its patented Aireal combustion units, at 266 TPD each, giving the facility a combustion capacity of 800 tons per day.
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