By using energy twice you will reduce your carbon foot print and save cash at the same time. For many organisations, especially those in food manufacturing heat recovery could be the single biggest contributor to their carbon reduction programme.
Heating 1000 litres of water to 50C causes the emission of between 10 and 20 kg of CO2 into the atmosphere depending on the energy source used to heat the water.
By recovering waste heat from your refrigeration or air conditioning unit you could reduce CO2 emissions caused by heating that 1000 litres to zero
Implemented singly or as part of an energy reduction strategy heat recovery will be a major contribution to your sustainability activities.
Heating 1000 litres of water to 50C costs between £1.50 and £4.50 depending on the energy source you use to heat it: see table below:
By recovering waste heat from your refrigeration or air conditioning system you can reduce that cost to zero and you will be amazed how much hot water your business uses.
The cash your business can save depends on how much heat we can capture and how and when you use your water. To understand how heat recovery can work for you go to
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