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Seeking Heat in Sewage 

10-19-2017 14:32

Summary

Excess energy in the sewer system can be recovered and used to heat buildings. Using this energy is an economical means of displacing natural gas and reducing greenhouse gas emissions, as demonstrated by the Southeast False Creek system in Vancouver. Municipalities in the Metro Vancouver region have aggressive targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. This presentation examine's the Metro Vancouver case study.

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Mike Homenuke, Kerr Wood Leidal

Genevieve Tokgoz, Metro Vancouver


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Mike Homenuke, Kerr Wood Leidal Genevieve Tokgoz, Metro Vancouver