The demolition materials are being processed and shipped off-site on a regular basis to licensed recycling or disposal facilities in accordance with the applicable regulations, while any concrete rubble is being crushed using a mobile crusher for reuse at the project site.
The structures included the remainder of the original powerhouse, which consisted of four (4) sections of the building, which housed the boilers. Each section had a footprint of 20,000 sq. ft. and a height of 220 ft. In addition, there were two (2), 175 ft. high selective catalytic reduction converters; two (2), 211 ft. high absorber buildings; three (3), 550 ft. high reinforced concrete stacks; as well as miscellaneous secondary buildings such as two (2) pumphouses and an administration building.
Delsan-A.I.M. is currently in the final stages of a major, multi-year project involving the demolition and removal of the remaining buildings, equipment, and above-ground structures at a former, partially demolished, coal-fired generating station located near the St. Clair River in Courtright, Ontario.