Former DTE Energy smokestacks topple in Harbor Beach

June 10, 2020

Source: Isis Simpson-Mersha
Department: MLive
Email: isimpson@mlive.com

HARBOR BEACH, MI -- Some of the last remnants of a former DTE Energy coal-fired electric generation plant in Huron County collapsed after a company used explosives to dismantle the building's structure.

Two smokestacks, a part of the Harbor Beach facility, located on Lake Huron, came tumbling down on Tuesday, June 9.

Ron Wruble, city director for the city of Harbor Beach, said a company is in the process of cleaning up the site and decommissioning the plant. The plant has been closed for about a decade, he said.

See a video of the smokestacks' collapse and read the entire article here: Former DTE Energy smokestacks topple in Harbor Beach.

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