Google finds use for water-storage tanks from Oklahoma data center
The Internet search giant has donated 30 large tanks to firefighters and officials in Mayes County. They plan to use the tanks for training, water storage and for conversion into storm shelters.
PRYOR — Google Inc. has found a use for some spare water-storage tanks that help cool its Oklahoma data center.
The Internet search and advertising giant donated 30 large storage tanks to several local fire departments and county commissioners.
“We have fantastic public servants in Mayes County and all over the state,” Mike Wooten, operations manager for Google’s data center, said in a statement. “We hope these water-storage...
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