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Nov 2012:
PMI Ash Technologies SVP named new American Coal Ash Association Chair
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Dec 2010:
PMI Ash Technologies develops ammonia removal and recovery technology
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August 2010:
PMI Ash Technologies SVP’s testimony to Congress on EPA’s proposed ruling on coal combustion residue.
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March 2010:
PMI Ash Technologies to be Featured in Episode of “The Profiles Series” on The Discovery Channel on Thursday, March 11, 2010
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March 2010:
PMI applauded for making green use of coal ash - NewsObserver.com
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Winyah Carbon Burn-Out Plant Construction
Winyah, SC

The following sequence of pictures shows the construction construction process from site preparation through operationally ready status at the Santee Cooper Winyah Generation Station in Winyah, South Carolina. See similar pictures of CBO construction at Chesapeake,VA.

September 2001<br>Initial Site Prep
September 2001
Initial Site Prep
 
October 2001<br>Equipment Slab
October 2001
Equipment Slab
 
November 2001<br>FBC Erection Completed
November 2001
FBC Erection Completed
 
December 2001<br>16,000 ton Storage Dome Takes Shape
December 2001
16,000 ton Storage Dome Takes Shape
 
January 2001<br>Bag-house, feed and recycle silo installed
January 2001
Bag-house, feed and recycle silo installed
 
February 2002<br>Electrical and Piping Installation Underway
February 2002
Electrical and Piping Installation Underway
 
March 2002<br>Electrical and Piping Installation Continues
March 2002
Electrical and Piping Installation Continues
 
April 2002<br>Ductwork installed
April 2002
Ductwork installed
 
May 2002<br>Electrical and Control System Installation Continue
May 2002
Electrical and Control System Installation Continue
 
June 2002<br>Control System Checkout Begins
June 2002
Control System Checkout Begins
 
July 2002<br>Electrical and Control System Checkout Continues
July 2002
Electrical and Control System Checkout Continues
 
August 2002<br>Ready for Operation
August 2002
Ready for Operation
 

General Chronology of Winyah Plant Construction

September 2001, Initial site preparation begins

October 2001, Equipment slab in place, Fluidized Bed Combustor (FBC) being erected in the right foreground. Circular area at left rear is the foundation for the 16,000 ton ash product storage dome.

November 2001, FBC erection completed. FBC tower steel topped out. Dome inflated, equipment setting begun.

December 2001, 16,000 ton storage dome takes shape. Feed silos installed. Gas product cooler installation begins.

January 2002, Bag-house, feed and re-cycle silo installed. Shipping silo topped out. Ductwork pre-fabricated and ready for installation.

February 2002, Electrical and piping installation underway, FBC refractory installed, load-out silo painted, control room framed, ductwork installation continues.

March 2002, Electrical and piping installation continues. Ductwork and load-out silo scales installation continues.

April 2002, Ductwork installed, electrical and control system installation continue.

May 2002, Electrical and control system installation continue. Ductwork installation nears completion.

June 2002, Control system check-out begins, truck load out finishing and storage dome near completion.

July 2002, Electrical and control system check-out continues.

August 2002, Operationally Ready

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