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Back to the Basics . . . Will Compliance Concerns Derail Efforts to Innovate?
February 21 – 24, 2016
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San Diego, CA

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  • Winning High School Science Fair Project Creates Interest in Energy/Water Nexus

    Winning High School Science Fair Project Creates Interest in Energy/Water Nexus We all create wastewater. Every time we brush our teeth, wash dishes, do laundry, bathe, and flush the toilet, used water flows from our homes through a vast network of pipes to a treatment plant where the water is cleaned and released back into the environment. Wastewater is generated from churches, schools, hospitals, businesses, and public buildings. You get the picture; an enormous amount of wastewater is constantly being created. Treating all this dirty water, 24 hours a day, seven days a week is an expensive, energy-intensive process, but a process that must continue uninterrupted to sustain a healthy community and environment. But what if energy could be generated during the treatment process – clean, renewable energy that could be[…]

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