Danish city pioneers powering water treatment with sewage

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Using dirty water to generate clean water may sound like an unhygienic scam, but it’s about to become reality in Aarhus, Denmark. The city’s Marselisborg Wastewater Treatment Plant just got a new, state-of-the-art upgrade enabling it to generate 192 percent of its energy needs from sewage.

Wastewater processing facilities are notoriously energy-hungry, consuming roughly eight percent of the world’s electricity. With new energy-efficiency measures and its $3.19-million electricity-generating upgrade, the Marselisborg plant is a glimpse into the future of wastewater power.

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