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"Incinerator Test Burn Halted After Fan Motor Burns Out"
Publication
Turtle Island News, 12 Jun 2013, p.8
Description
Creators
Duric, Donna, Author
Jarrett, Chase
, Author
Media Type
Newspaper
Publication
Item Type
Articles
Description
"A scheduled test burn of the much-anticipated Kearns Waste Disintegrator Unit last week was abruptly halted after a fan motor burn out the day before a delgation of Six Nations councillors and staff were set to witness the machine in action at the company's Nova Scotia headquarters."
Publisher
Turtle Island News
Place of Publication
Six Nations of the Grand River, ON
Date of Publication
12 Jun 2013
Subject(s)
Personal Name(s)
Kearns, John ; Montour, Bill ; Johnson, Bob ; Maracle, Wray ; Hill, Carl ; Staats, Lewis ; Hill, Darryl ; Hill, Dave ; Montour, Mike.
Corporate Name(s)
Six Nations Elected Band Council ; Kearns International Ltd. ; EnEco Systems.
Local identifier
SNPL002166v00d
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.06681 Longitude: -80.11635
Creative Commons licence
by-nc-nd [more details]
Copyright Statement
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to Canadian law. No restrictions on use.
Copyright Date
2013
Copyright Holder
Turtle Island News
Contact
Six Nations Public Library
Email:info@snpl.ca
Website:
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519-445-2954
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"Incinerator Test Burn Halted After Fan Motor Burns Out"


"A scheduled test burn of the much-anticipated Kearns Waste Disintegrator Unit last week was abruptly halted after a fan motor burn out the day before a delgation of Six Nations councillors and staff were set to witness the machine in action at the company's Nova Scotia headquarters."