By Mark Bruder and Emily Soscia
The system, believed to be the world’s largest, will transfer energy to and from raw wastewater flowing through the deep rock mid-Toronto interceptor sewer tunnel, and aims to supply 1.8 billion kilowatt-hours of energy, approximately 90% of Toronto Western Hospital’s space heating and cooling requirements.
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