The Tennessee Valley Authority says as part of the ongoing Widows Creek Fossil Plant demolition project, a 1,200-foot coal conveyor was brought down.
TVA says the demolition was completed safely with no environmental issues.
Wait for it... As part of the ongoing Widows Creek Fossil Plant demolition project, the 1,200-foot coal conveyor between Plant A and B was successfully brought down. The demolition was completed safely and with no environmental issues. #demolition pic.twitter.com/sosoMFVCSt
— Tennessee Valley Authority (@TVAnews) April 1, 2019
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