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WPSC Weston Plant begins work on emission control system

8:55 PM, Oct. 4, 2013
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The addition of an emission-control system at a Wisconsin Public Service Corp. power plant will bring hundreds of construction jobs to the area and allow the plant to burn coal more efficiently.

Construction crews broke ground Thursday on the upgraded emissions system at the WPSC Weston Power Plant Unit 3, located in Rothschild along Business Highway 51. The plant has four units on its 345-acre property.

The project will bring more than 200 construction jobs to central Wisconsin over the course of the next three and a half years, according to a news release from WPSC. The $275 million ...

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