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World’s largest waste-to-energy system turns Washington D.C. poop into power

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Oct 14, 2015 01:03 AM
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by Josh Marks last modified Oct 13, 2015

The District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority just unveiled a new $470 million waste-to-energy system that converts solid sludge - otherwise known as human poop - into clean, renewable energy. D.C. Water is the first utility in North America to use a Norwegian thermal hydrolysis system in an urban treatment plant, and according to officials, the waste-to-energy system is the largest in the world. Norwegian company Cambi AS built the thermal hydrolysis system for D.C. Water that uses...




 

 

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The District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority just unveiled a new $470 million waste-to-energy system that converts solid sludge – otherwise known as human poop – into clean, renewable energy. D.C. Water is the first utility in North America to use a Norwegian thermal hydrolysis system in an urban treatment plant, and according to officials, the waste-to-energy system is the largest in the world.

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