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Wastewater Heat Recovery UK Reasibility

last modified Nov 29, 2016 02:53 PM
Understanding the viability of sewer wastewater heat recovery systems Stephanie Drenten ESD 15-16
Wastewater Heat Recovery UK Reasibility

Photo Credit: Living Laboratory website

The ESD MPhil Dissertation work of Stephanie Drenten, ESD 15-16, has been published on "The Cambridge Green Challenge, Living Laboratory" website as a case study. Her dissertation title was:

Understanding the viability of sewer waste water heat recovery systems (click for abstract)

To see details and a summary about her research see:

http://www.environment.admin.cam.ac.uk/getting-involved/living-laboratory-sustainability/projects/wastewater-heat-recovery-uk-feasibility#

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