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January 11, 2013
SEATTLE — A free brown bag lunch on “District Energy — Putting Waste Heat to Work” slated for today has been rescheduled for noon March 1 at GGLO Space at the Steps, 1305 First Ave., Seattle.
The event is sponsored by Great City urban advocacy group. It said heat, flow, and nutrients of wastewater traveling through conveyance lines can be captured and used to provide energy for buildings locally.
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