Energy from WWT: the Blue Plains Wastewater Treatment plant
With 10 MW power, the plant installed at the "Blue Plains Wastewater Treatment Plant" will guarantee a 10 million dollar yearly saving on electricity costs for the district of Washington. Thanks to the world’s largest treatment plant, which collects more than 370 million gallons of water per day, the methane contained in waste water can be converted into electricity.
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