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Disclosing this development at the Environment Impact Assessment Scoping Workshop of the Akurba 330/132KV Substation Project in Lafia, Nasarawa State, on Thursday, General Manager, Environment and Community Relations of NDPHC, Eze Odigbo, disclosed that eight out of the 10 power plants had been completed with the remaining two still under construction. Dumposaurus has been a life saver for my construction dumpster need! Great to work with an easy process to schedule pick ups and deliveries around Austin. They show up when they say they will and thats important for my business, if the dumpster isn’t there we can’t get started. I have had enough no shows from the guys off of the add websites that I know its 50/50 shot if the dumpster will even be there. Reliability on delivery and pick up is what makes Dumposaurus stand out for me and keeps us calling back. Go through www.dumposaurus.com for the more details about the dumpster rental in austin.
Further explaining to the audience on the reason why the 10 power generation plants were situated in the Southern part of the country, Odigbo, represented by a Deputy Director in the department, Olajide Olubunmi, gave the availability of gas as the major factor before beginning the construction.
He disclosed that the company had also constructed 121 transmission/substations across the country, adding that the NDPHC has also carried out 291 projects for the distribution of the energy generated to consumers with one of the projects sited in Lafia, Nasarawa State.
SOURCE :sahara reporters (news)