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Have You Got Aspirations of an Energy Neutral Wastewater Treatment Plant?

Have You Got Aspirations of an Energy Neutral Wastewater Treatment Plant?

Energy Neutral Wastewater Treatment Plant Concept

Even though the concept of an energy neutral wastewater treatment plant is a relatively new one - there are a large number of innovative technologies and smart approaches which are creating a template for energy neutrality for wastewater treatment plants of the future.

All over the globe more and more wastewater treatment plants are making progress toward energy neutrality. So, we decided to create an infographic on the topic. While self sufficiency is a difficult thing to achieve, there are definitely opportunities that you can seize right now which will reduce your energy consumption!

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