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 Jessie Israel is the Resource Recovery Section Manager for King County's Wastewater Utility. Instead of warm stinky water, she sees untapped energy beneath our streets. (EarthFix Photo/Ashley Ahearn)

Jessie Israel is the Resource Recovery Section Manager for King County's Wastewater Utility. Instead of warm stinky water, she sees untapped energy beneath our streets. (EarthFix Photo/Ashley Ahearn)

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King County Opens The Door For Heat Energy From Wastewater

Ashley Ahearn
08/06/2012

The Department of Energy estimates that 350 billion KWH of energy are flushed down drains in the form of heated water. King County is one of the first counties in the nation to try to do something about all that wasted heat energy.

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