Photo Credit: UGA Office of Sustainability
Sometime tonight, the UGA Office of Sustainability expects the university’s coal-fired boiler to burn through its last-ever load of the polluting fuel supply.
Spring is here, and so starting tomorrow, UGA will rely on on its three existing natural gas boilers to heat and cool the campus until fall.
In November, a new and more efficient electrode boiler will come online.
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