SHARC Wastewater Energy Transfer system to be installed in Seattle

May 8, 2022 |

In Canada, SHARC Energy will be installing technology that will convert Seattle’s wastewater into recycled green energy, allowing the King County to monetize this previously wasted resource and help achieve climate action plans.

SHARC International Systems Inc., a leader in energy transfer with wastewater, received a purchase order from California | Columbia Hydronics Corporation and the SHARC Wastewater Energy Transfer (“WET”) system will be installed in the heart of Seattle, a few minutes from the Space Needle, showcasing the power of wastewater in the heart of the Pacific Northwest.

The project will be taking advantage of the King County Wastewater Heat Recovery Pilot Project program being pioneered by the King County Wastewater Treatment Division. The pilot program provides for no WET fees to be charged in exchange for the operational data of the WET systems for the first three years of operation. This pilot program is the first of its kind in North America. Seattle is the latest US city demonstrating global leadership in addressing climate action with innovative solutions to address the carbon emission reduction required to curb climate action.

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