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rjbolt

Converter from oil to wood as heating source to two municipal buildings via an underground distributed system, estimated to save $300K over 20 years.

 
What You Need to Know

Description:

Two wood pellet boilers located in energy box with adjacent silo. Micro district serving two or three municipal buildings via underground piping of heated water.

Other Benefits:

Supports forestry industry/local jobs.

Maintenance Requirements:

Low maintenance was a priority as the Town has no facilities manager or maintenance personnel.

Efficiency or Sustainability Improvements:

None at this time

My Motivation:

Saving taxpayer's money

Advice:

Focus on the savings not the environmental issues.

Experience with Installer:

Highly professional - on schedule - no problems,

Open House Info:

October 5th, 10 AM to 2 PM, at the public safety complex on West Main St. in Littleton NH. Refreshments will be served. Ribbon cutting by local officials at 10 AM.

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