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A new boiler house in Chausy district to save over $800 thousand a year

A new boiler house in Chausy district will save over $800 thousand a year, according to Chausy “Zhilkomhoz”.

The construction of a fourth boiler house within the import-replacement program is about to be over. The boiler house will deliver heat to the central part of Chausy Township. The technological steam will go to the ferroconcrete items plant. Sergey Papkov, director of the enterprise, says that the boiler house is economically profitable. The cost of local wood chips is lower than the one of the imported gas. The construction is also carried out without outside help. Checkout works will begin in the near future.

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