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WaterHub: Reducing Emory's water footprint

WaterHub: Reducing Emory's water footprint

April 13

Emory University, in collaboration with Sustainable Water, is lessening its water footprint with a new facility called the WaterHub. It's a water reclamation facility that recycles and treats sewer water to heat and cool Emory's buildings.



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