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Total Wrecking & Environmental Successfully Implodes 225 ft Boiler Unit at Lakeland Power


Total Wrecking & Environmental successfully imploded the 225 ft boiler unit and conveyor, the final structure scheduled for demolition at Lakeland Electric C.D. McIntosh Power Plant. Total Wrecking & Environmental, one of the country’s leading industrial demolition contractors based in Buffalo, New York, finished its multi-year project at the Lakeland Electric C.D. McIntosh Jr. Power Plant with a final implosion event this past Saturday, March 4th, 2023 at 11:00 am ET.


At the event, selected press, community members, and project managers gathered with excitement to witness the second implosion phase of the Lakeland Power Plant project where Total Wrecking demolished the 225 ft fossil fuel-fired boiler.


Total Wrecking & Environmental proudly sponsored WNY Heroes, Homes For Our Troops, and Polk County Veterans Council. Anyone who donated to these aforementioned foundations and nonprofits received an exclusive streaming link to watch the implosion live at home. Donations can still be made here.


Saturday’s implosion was the culmination of the multi-year Lakeland Power Plant project that saw several tons of metal and concrete, as well as 3 massive units, fully demolished and cleared out.


Total Wrecking & Environmental has several other exciting projects currently in the works, including a new contract within the Florida region, a complex abatement and demolition at APG Polytech in West Virginia, and a number of other industrial areas across the nation.


“Total Wrecking & Environmental is excited to restore another critical area within the Lakeland McIntosh Power Plant to make way for newer, cleaner energy facilities,” says Frank Bodami, Founder & CEO of Total Wrecking & Environmental LLC.


TWE previously raised $12,000 for Dreams Come True Jacksonville during a previous implosion event and over $2,500 for Wounded Warrior Project as part of last month’s event.

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