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Hurst Boiler | October 29, 2020
Hurst Boiler shares details on reaping the rewards of biomass energy and its success with a poultry manure-to-energy facility in North Carolina
Hurst Boiler | October 29, 2019
North Carolina ranks among the nation’s key poultry production states and much of its poultry waste is used by farmers as fertilizer. Power Resource Group’s $32 million Farmville plant will convert turkey waste into electricity that is sold to the state’s utilities.
Hurst Boiler | June 15, 2018
Hurst Boiler, AB. Young Co. and Shambaugh & Sons Contractors combine technologies and services to design, build and equip the largest milk processing facility in North America.
Hurst Boiler | August 18, 2016
California Dairy operates a number of plants throughout California, many of which use Power Flame burners in combination with Hurst boilers.
Hurst Boiler | May 25, 2016
Hurst Boiler and CRG Boiler Systems partnered to deploy a custom steam and heating solution for ExxonMobil’s Sakhalin-1 Project
Hurst Boiler | November 13, 2015
Hurst Boiler powers Kentucky based Willett Bourbon Distillery Expansion
Hurst Boiler | August 21, 2014
Perseverance was the key for Sullivan County's District Energy biomass project. It was more than worth the wait.
Hurst Boiler | October 9, 2011
The high cost of heat has been central to years of discussion and planning for the new pilot biomass boiler system now coming to life at the spectacular Southeast Alaska Discovery Center in Ketchikan.
Hurst Boiler | May 2, 2010
Hurst Boiler recently partnered with Hanesbrands' Dos Rios fabric textiles facility in the Dominican Republic, which is their largest energy-consuming facility, and began operating a state-of-the-art biomass system in January 2009.
esmagazine.com | March 8, 2009
Tighter air regulations and and abundance of trees have paired up to fuel the move toward hybrid biomass boilers in these Canadian hospitals. Read about the upgraded systems' differences and the considerations for trading fossil fuels for sawdust, wood chips, and bark.
Hurst Boiler | February 28, 2009
Fuels for Schools was started in Vermont as a statewide initiative to promote and encourage the use of renewable, local natural resources to provide reliable heat for schools. It has since grown into a multistate program, and has recently expanded its scope beyond schools
Hurst Boiler | February 6, 2009
Seaman Paper Co. is a 61 year old privately held paper plant located in rural Massachusetts. Under the guidance of George Davenport Jones, III, loyal employees keep this historic facility operating 24/7, 365 days per year. Seaman Paper Co. produces lightweight specialty papers including decorative tissue wraps, crepe streamers, foodservice tissues, SatinWrap, and personalized printed papers.
Hurst Boiler | August 8, 2008
Chadron State College (CSC), Chadron, Nebraska, is now in its 14th year of firing its central steam heating plant with wood chip fuel produced by a local supplier. Their experience and knowledge gained over that period has application to the present Fuels for Schools (FFS) situation.
Hurst Boiler | August 8, 2008
A $7.3 million central plant with N+1 redundancy on the chillers, generators and boilers in a small hospital in rural southwest Georgia—a dream?