Geothermal system lets Earth do the work

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Mick Reynolds of Griswold, owner of Reynold's Drilling Inc., sinks one of more than 60 wells, each 285 feet deep, for the geothermal heating and cooling system to be installed at the Dallas County Human Services Campus, site of the former Dallas County Home on U.S. Highway 169 north of Adel. The $3.2 million remodeling of the facility is expected to be completed this summer.

Geothermal heating and cooling will be one new feature at the Dallas County Human Services Campus, currently undergoing a $3.2 million “repurposing” from its former purpose as the Dallas County Care Facility.

Mick Reynolds, owner of Griswold-based Reynolds Drilling Inc., is drilling more than 60 wells of 285 feet each to supply the geothermal circulation system in the remodeled building, which will house the offices of the Dallas County Human Services Departments, Public Health Department and others.

The work is expected to be completed by August.

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