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Featured Research: Powering the Wastewater Renaissance


Increasing energy efficiency through the adoption of readily available wastewater management technologies can slash related emissions by nearly half. Powering the Wastewater Renaissance​ provides an analysis of energy efficiency in the wastewater management industry and assesses how the global water sector can reduce harmful greenhouse gas emissions with existing, proven technologies.  The report, which studied the wastewater sector in the U.S., Europe and China, assessed 18 distinct abatement opportunities.

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