A typical blockade runner would burn 50-60 tons of coal a day.
When operating at full capacity, it burns 24,000 tons of coal a day.
They're burning maybe nine hundred tons of diesel fuel a day to keep those tanks and tracks moving north.
Before the heavy rains, the plant burned 600 tons of manure a day.
Doesn't he care that nuclear energy has so far saved the world from burning five hundred million tons of coal?
Among them they burn as much as 1,685 tons of waste a day.
The plant there is limited by state law to burning 675,000 tons of waste yearly.
Opponents have seized on the issue as another reason that the incinerator, which would burn 3,000 tons a day, should not be built.
At its height, the power station burned 55,000 tons of coal per year and employed 60 people.
You report that the city plans to burn 68 percent of its trash, or 10,000 tons a day.