Wednesday, May 28 2008
Good news for Newburgh and Evansville. The Alcoa Warrick Power Plant has taken a significant step forward in reducing emissions. The first of four units has gone online and all should be operating by the end of the year. Construction started in 2005 and Alcoa says once the project is completed the new scrubbers will reduce sulfur dioxide emissions by 98 percent and hydrochloric acid emissions by 99 percent.
To learn more, check out the Inside INdiana Business article by clicking here.