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Standing out as The Reliable One since 1923.
State-of-the-art pollution control equipment used by the Stanton Energy Center enables the plant to operate as a zero-water discharge facility.
The Stanton Energy Center gets most of the water it needs from Orange County’s Eastern Wastewater Treatment Facility. About 10 million gallons of water is pumped to the site each day and eventually evaporated through the cooling towers.
By re-using water that otherwise would end up in the Econlockhatchee River, OUC reduces the demand on our precious groundwater supply. All rain run-off on the site is diverted to holding ponds for re-use.
Groundwater monitoring wells around each pond verify that none of this water leaks into the surficial Aquifer. This water is used in the pollution control process and every day approximately 925,000 gallons eventually evaporate from the tall stacks.
Both Stanton Units I and II were ahead of their time in terms of advanced environmental technology. And both continue to be better than they have to be when it comes to meeting air quality standards. According to federal monitoring agencies, these units are among the most environmentally sound coal-burning operations in the nation. We plan to keep them that way by continuing to modernize with advanced technologies that optimize efficiency, environmental performance and operating flexibility.
A combined cycle power-generation facility, Stanton A helps OUC maintain stable power prices by further diversifying our fuel mix and maintaining flexibility through the use of purchased-power agreements.