fuel bunker

fuel bunker

A receptacle for the storage of solid fuel.
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Dublin fire crews were quick to respond and put the fire out but damage was caused to a fuel bunker.
The company will structure long term infrastructure and integrated coal, bulk goods, fuel bunker, Focused Port Project funding with local and international financial institutions with a target 70% / 30% debt to equity ratio.
The couple - who had lived at Brooklea Farm, near Broadway, Worcestershire, for 47 years - were found between the side of the house and a fuel bunker.
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