Youngstown Thermal converts district heating to Ensyn fuel

March 6, 2017 |

In Ohio, the Youngstown Thermal steam plant that powers district heating for the community has converted its wood chip-based facility over to burning wood waste-based liquid fuel from Ensyn. The company says using the new fuel is better for the environment than what it burned previously and is easier to use. It says it is the first company in the world to use Enzyn’s fuel as heating oil and is a demonstration for other district heating facilities around the country, even recently hosting engineers from Europe to see how the transition worked.

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