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Hardin Memorial Hospital is pursuing facility upgrades that could save the hospital $500,000 a year in utility and operations costs and reduce its energy usage to a rate closer to average hospitals.
The HMH Board of Trustees approved a business plan Tuesday that would make several changes to the way in which the hospital’s energy systems operate by upgrading technology and removing antiquated materials in place of more energy-efficient models.
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