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  • Veolia plant goes 'green' in downtown Kansas City

    Veolia, a company that provides heating and cooling to many buildings in downtown Kansas City, will stop using coal and use solely natural gas to power its plant at First and Grand.

Veolia plant goes 'green' in downtown Kansas City

Veolia, a company that provides heating and cooling to many buildings in downtown Kansas City, will stop using coal and use solely natural gas to power its plant at First and Grand.
Diane Stafford dstafford@kcstar.com