By Jeff Kronenfeld Cliff Wixson is a throwback to America’s burly industrial past, much like the big machines his company keeps alive. When he started the business, it was just Wixson and a service truck. Now Cliff Co Repair boasts 20-plus employees, a fleet of vehicles, and a new 16,000 square-foot machine and repair shop. While standing beneath one of the shop’s multi-ton bridge cranes and the massive metal frame holding them up, it’s hard to imagine that Wixson and another
By Michael Rubino We have a nationwide problem with the way we build and maintain homes that leads to this poor air quality. In certain parts of the country, poor construction practices are leading to mold growth in new construction homes. When mold is present, mold spores create indoor air pollution. The average person takes 20,000 breaths per day and each one is an opportunity to put pollutants into your lungs and body and to increase health risks if you are exposed to air
Navajo Generating Station's (NGS) three iconic 775-foot smokestacks – a Page, AZ landmark for 45 years – were demolished in a single explosive blast on Friday, falling northward like trees being felled.
The NGS reinforced concrete stacks were the third-highest man-made structures in Arizona and were equivalent in size to a 77 ½ story high-rise building
In addition to the stacks, the 199-foot high steel-frame Unit 3 electro-static precipitator, which captured fly ash so it