Coal Plant Implosion Part of Global Trend

August 29, 2020

About the only thing that would get me out of bed at 6 am on a Saturday.

Mlive:

BAY CITY, MI – Boaters looking to get in an early morning cruise or go fishing this weekend will want to reschedule their plans.

The Saginaw River near the Consumers Energy Weadock Plant in Hampton Township will close to all mariners and boat traffic during the final demolition of the structure set for Saturday, Aug. 29.

Crews from Bierlein Companies of Midland will use explosives to take down the final structure at the Weadock Plant, prompting the river to close from 7:15 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. Saturday for safety.

The plant is a part of the much larger complex mentioned in my newest video, below. The remainder is scheduled for demo in 2023.

4 Responses to “Coal Plant Implosion Part of Global Trend”

  1. rhymeswithgoalie Says:

    Sweet!


  2. Someday, we will be doing this with oil refineries.

  3. Glenn Martin Says:

    “Well that escalated quickly!”

    – Ron Burgundy, prophet


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