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Link   7.20 billion kWh of electricity from Municipal WWT Plants.

Link   Hydroelectric production of Hoover Dam and Glen Canyon Dam.

Link   Saving 259 billion gallons of water annually.

Link   Removing 5.7 million tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

Link   Supplying electricity to 717 thousand homes.

Link   Taking 967 thousand vehicles off the road.

Link   Reduction of more than 12.0 million barrels of imported oil.

Link   EPA projects that the U.S. WWT industry will spend more than $186 billion over the next 12 years.

Link   Congress Budget Office projects WWT industry will spend more than $186 billion over the next 12 years.

Link   EPA average projected WWT Plant growth @ 5-8% (16,676 to 19,676) over the next 10 years.

Link   DOE has determined that 30% more electricity will be needed by 2025.

Link   EPA has determined that WWT Plants with flow rates of 5 MGD or less to be the lower economical CHP limit.

Link   Resource Recovery Plant 1,400 kWh/MG production.

Link   Average current Wastewater Treatment energy costs: 2,500 kWh/MG.

Link   Exceed EPA’s goal for Combined Heat and Power (CHP).

Link   Energy security of the United States.

Link   EPA 40 CFR, Part 503 Class A Standards.

Link   Major obstacle for extensive water reuse is the associated risk of microbiological contamination.

Link   Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP).

Link   Size of E.coli, Shigella, Salmonella, and Coliform.

 

 
 
 
 
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