10 days left

This building has been under construction for many years, continuous improvements have been made, hard work has always been done to keep it relatively clean and in good condition. But of course, money had to be earned by reducing elemental phosphorus from raw phosphate ore, a process in which heavy physical labor is inevitable. Apparently, they can do it cheaper abroad. Unfortunately, the curator has spontaneously decided to switch off the 3 phosphorus ovens, as if they were kitchen stoves. That is why it became impossible to clean up the factory quickly and responsibly in a cheap way. But now many years later (8 years later), the time has finally come that the hazardous substances are removed. Now the simple demolition work is in full swing. In 10 days the proud 50-meter high building will make a bow so that the demolition machines can reach it more easily.

Published by wim harwig

too old to die young, but still making love and not war

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