Wastewater Heat Recovery
Wastewater Heat Recovery
WHAT IS SEWAGE HEAT RECOVERY?
- Could you tap into energy currently flowing down the drain to reduce energy bills?
- Do you have a local water resource such as a lake, river, or use large amounts of water within your business?
- Would you like to reduce your carbon emissions?
- Are you looking to meet net zero?
- Are you harnessing the useable energy locked into wastewater to help you save money?
Wastewater can be used for heating or cooling your building with the use of unique technology and heat pumps. Landmark Environmental can evaluate, plan and install this technology for you to release the energy and money you are currently allowing to flow down a drain.
Sewage heat recovery has the advantage of increased efficiencies; being a readily available resource. If during our free desktop feasibility study we find that for whatever reason you cannot harness surplus energy from your own internal wastewater, there is an opportunity for us to tap into your local sewer network instead. Imagine benefiting from this readily available resource.
GOVERNMENT LOW CARBON HEAT DISTRICT NETWORKS
Working with Landmark Environmental can help address the Government’s Low Carbon Heat District Networks drive and provide businesses with an opportunity to reduce their energy bills and carbon footprint with an alternative to traditional methods.
We can help contribute towards the replacement of fossil fuel (gas) derived heating and can help you take advantage of the Government’s decarbonisation drives as wastewater heat recovery meets their objectives too.
SO WHAT IS WASTEWATER AND SEWAGE HEAT RECOVERY?
Extracting heat from wastewater is an innovative technique to save cost on your heating or cooling bills and also reduce carbon consumption.
Landmark Environmental are at the forefront of wastewater heat recovery and sewage heat recovery in the UK. This technique works to extract surplus heat from wastewater or sewage flows by screening the wastewater and then passing it through a purpose-made heat exchanger to remove some of the heat. This enables a heat pump to use this heat to create usable building heat or cooling.
For further information, please visit the specialist wastewater heat recovery website www.landmarkwws.co.uk.
WHY SHOULD WASTEWATER HEAT RECOVERY AND SEWAGE HEAT RECOVERY BE CONSIDERED?
This is currently a wasted energy resource. The thermo-mechanical methods used in the system are efficient, cost-effective, scalable and reliable. The system can be used at the individual building levels or across a district heat or cool network and provides the first opportunity to capture a huge amount of wasted heat that is discharged through the drainage systems every year. Put simply; it prevents energy and money from going down the drain.
Wastewater is a constant inexhaustible energy source. It is higher in temperature than most other regenerative energy. Why let that energy drift away?
Wastewater heat recovery can also help organisations reduce their carbon footprint. It can help organisations meet their obligations under The Energy Saving Opportunity Scheme.
WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM WASTEWATER HEAT RECOVERY & SEWAGE HEAT RECOVERY?
It is ideally suited to hospitals, universities, apartments, prisons, leisure centres, hotels, industrial
manufacturing and any property that houses a large number of people in a campus-style environment.
There is minimal disruption caused by introducing wastewater heat recovery to a building as there is
little construction work. It simply taps into a local, decentralised energy resource.
HOW CAN WASTEWATER HEAT RECOVERY BE USED TO COOL?
Does your organisation require cooling, for example cooling a data centre? The technology can be
reversed to enable cooling. This can be applied to run the cooling requirements of industrial and
commercial buildings, saving money on energy bills. Contact us today to find out more.
What we do:
We can provide the following:-
- Initial assessment of a wastewater heat recovery project
- Water monitoring for flow and temperature
- Liaison with the utilities
- Feasibility study
- Concept and detailed design
- Tender documents
- Budget costs
- Maintenance requirements
WANT TO FIND OUT MORE?
For further details please call us on 01995 642109 or email on email@example.com