BBC Click’s Jen Copestake talks to Low Carbon Farming’s Neil Lawson to learn more.
Heat will be extracted from the treated water and then pumped through a confined loop system to the greenhouse.
The very first two greenhouses to utilize this waste heat are currently being built in East Anglia and are due to be completed later on this year.
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Waste heat produced from water treatment plants will be harnessed and utilized to keep commercial greenhouses warm in the UK in a world-first.
Standard industrial greenhouses might utilize nonrenewable fuel sources as a source of heat so this technique likewise decreases the job’s carbon emissions.