Yanche wrote:[quote="mikeystowercoal"]Deep Mined Strip Coal.. From Northeast Pa.. 6-8% ash.
Can you post a fuel analysis of the Btu value, moisture, ash, and sulfur content (% by weight), conducted on a representative sample, of the coal you are selling. You should be able to easily get this from the coal mine or breaker.
Ok I will get back to ya
Just State what breaker the coal is coming from There are about 58 Anthracite coal Surface mining Co. In the State of
PA 13 Underground Anthracite mines it will not be hard to find out or know where the coal is coming from.
The Mine Name & the Name of the Vein of coal there mining in will make it much easier aswell .
Just Notice your out of the Freeland PA area well that will Narrow down where the coal might be coming from .
Lurzerne County Suface mining Co.
Coal Contract 1991 inc - Stockton mine Veins of coal Holmes- Lower four foot - Mammoth Top split - Mammoth middle split -
Mammoth Bottom split - Skidmore - Seven Foot - Buck Mountain
Mammoth Anthracite LCC.- Mammoth Anthracite Lattimer Basin Mine Veins of coal Primrose - Mammoth Bottom split -
No. 1 Contracting Corp - No. 1 Contr. Eckley Mine coal vein Buck Mountain or the No. 1 Contr. Jeansville mine coal veins
Mammoth Top split - Mammoth Middle split - Mammoth Bottom split
Pagnotti Enterprises Inc. - Pagnotti Ent. Jeddo Basin E Mine Vein of coal Anthracite
Susquehanna Coal Co. - Susquehanna Coal Glen Lyon Mine Veins of coal Middle Ross - Hillman