Due to the overreach from both state and federal regulatory bodies along with what this writer charges to be; unconstitutional bureaucratic demands from such equally unconstitutional entities as the EPA, coal companies have been forced to operate on a shoe string budgets, attempting to survive but many have already failed.
The sad thing about ignorance often is bad people can get away with bad things and while their victims suffer and cry foul, the people not in the direct line of fire have no idea as to what is happening in fact, nor do they understand it will hurt them too in the long run. Many folks in Louisville for example, don't understand that while their fellow Kentuckian in the east is being stripped of their livelihood, this will eventually effect them. Initially in the pocketbook but the real damage is this same system that is hurting some far off might and will eventually get them.
Very resonantly the operator of the plant we have been sharing with you, approached us about expanding the project which began in the fall of 2014. What we had installed a year and a half ago had and was working well and they wanted to add another screen and make it even better. We were happy for the opportunity. Again we were asked to use some new and used equipment.
We are still working at this plant but will begin showing you some photos from the project. It is running and running great but the loosed ends are still in the works. In this post you can see some of the new structure. We will bring you close to up to date in the next post. Thanks for taking a look.
Here we go.......
I'm busy working on my blog posts. Watch this space!