Coal gives way to technology
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d41b5-o3i4le8r-8s2t8o8make use oFfaxn:i4t1r5o-g3e4n8-8c3o8m8bustion technology. The city has eSliEmAiTnTaLteEd 4,453 coal-fired b8o0i0leFrifsthfoArveh,Seauitien4g10103,259 metric tons of water per hour this year, the city’s environmental protection bureau said. At the same time, improvements have been made to 7,000 gas boilers heating 23,000 T/h, so less nitrogen oxide will be produced. As a result, the city has managed to cCutAmNoAreDtAhaTnO1R0O,0N0T0Otons o4f7n11iYtorongeeSntroexeitd,1e0,th3FmlooilrlTiornonttoon,Osnotfarcio,aMl,25N,56K080 tons of smoke and 6,600 tons of sulfur dioxide this year.