SAVING RATEPAYER MONEY BY RESEARCH AND COLLABORATION

Source: http://georgehawkins.net/research-cooperation-to-speed-digester/

27th January 2015, By George Hawkins, DC WATER

Quoting George Hawkins, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and General Manager of the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (DC Water):

We have built the first CAMBI thermal hydrolysis and digester system in North America which also happens to be the largest in the world. The benefits and costs of this project are both enormous: at a sticker price of $470 million dollars, the new system will generate 10 net megawatts of clean, renewable power; cut our carbon footprint by one-third; reduce our truck traffic by half; and in the end save our ratepayers money.

To read George Hawkins article “Saving Ratepayer Money by Research and Collaboration”, please click here:

http://georgehawkins.net/research-cooperation-to-speed-digester/