Getting the Heat Out

An Oregon treatment facility affected by temperature limits in its permit looks to planting trees to shade its receiving stream instead of actually cooling its effluent

Back in the day, there was controversy over thermal pollution from electric power plants (notably nuclear plants) that used lake or river water to cool their turbines. Today, attention is turning to thermal contributions from wastewater treatment plants, notably in areas with...

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