Energy Conservation at the West Dover, Vermont, Water Pollution Control Facility.
COLD REGIONS RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING LAB HANOVER NH
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An energy audit was conducted at the West Dover, Vermont, water pollution control facility. The audit revealed that aeration, not pumping to the land treatment site, was the largest energy consumer. As a result of the audit, five Energy Conservation Opportunities EOC were evaluated. Three of the ECOs were recommended for implementation these could result in annual savings of more than 6000. The remaining two ECOs were not recommended because of a large capital investment and a long payback period. Author
- Water Pollution and Control