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Multifab manufacture Eco-Friendly fuel storage tank

Multifab has recently completed the manufacture of a 75 cubic metre fuel storage tank for Peterborough City Council.

The tank shall be installed at John Clare Primary School in the village of Helpston on the outskirts of Peterborough and shall be filled with a newly formed fuel, namely wood pellets, which shall be conveyor fed into a new state of the art boiler system provided by Remeha Broag to supply heating and hot water throughout the school.

This new environmentally friendly fuel type will radically reduce the Schools CO2 emissions whilst also saving costs as an alternative to ever increasing primary fuel sources.

Multifab Managing Director Franc D'Agnano said " This is one of the first fuel conversions of this type in the Country and certainly the first in this area. As we specialise in bespoke and unusual work this project was perfect for us. We are very pleased to be contributing to the environment in some small way and hope to work on further projects with Remeha Broag (Boiler Manufacturers) and Peterborough City Council on other similar projects.

Published: 14th February 2012

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