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STONE & WEBSTER TO SUPPORT CP&L NOx COMPLIANCE PROGRAM

 AIKEN, S.C., Nov. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Carolina Power & Light has selected Stone & Webster to support its program to comply with the nitrogen oxides (NOx) removal requirements of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990. The systemwide effort will focus on plants in North and South Carolina and will be completed by Jan. 1, 1997.
 Stone & Webster will develop a compliance strategy for all 19 CP&L coal-fired units and support engineering related to equipment procurement and installation and compliance testing. The company anticipates that computerized NOx compliance strategy evaluations, boiler modeling, as well as equipment modifications such as low NOx burners with over-fire air will play key roles in helping the utility meet its goals.
 To date, Stone & Webster has been awarded NOx compliance work for over 100 boilers in the United States and Canada.
 Stone & Webster Engineering Corporation is an international, multidisciplinary engineering and construction organization specializing in technologically advanced projects in such areas as environmental restoration, power generation and refining and petrochemical work. The company also undertakes transportation and industrial projects. Stone & Webster Engineering Corporation is a subsidiary of Stone & Webster, Incorporated (NYSE: SW), of New York City.
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 /CONTACT: Martin A. Reynolds, 617-589-1905/
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CO: Carolina Power & Light; Stone & Webster Engineering Corporation;
 Stone & Webster, Incorporated ST: New York, North Carolina, South Carolina IN: ENV UTI SU:


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