ABUTEC Works with DC Water on Waste-to-Energy Project
DC Water, located in Washington D.C., operates as the largest wastewater treatment facility in the country. The enormity of the DC Water operation is characterized by an average 100 million gallons of water pumped daily and 95 million gallons of treated water stored. Further, the system DC Water employs includes 1,350 miles of water pipes, four pumping stations, five reservoirs, three water towers, 43,860 valves and more than 9,510 fire hydrants. As if the scope of DC Water’s operations is not impressive enough, this waste-to-energy project aids in DC Water powering a portion of their own facility.
Learn more about ABUTEC’s involvement in the DC Water Waste-To-Energy project by downloading the full case study.