SHARC Wastewater Energy Recovery and Filtration Solutions lay the foundation for District Wastewater Energy Recovery that will help municipalities and development firms lower carbon emissions, and energy costs with renewable energy.
District Energy Systems entail the use of a central energy plant to distribute efficiently produced heating, cooling, and hot water to a networked group of various buildings.
These projects are economical, scalable, expandable, and an effective solution for complexes, communities, and municipalities to become more sustainable.
The Central Plant of the District system is where the SHARC Wastewater Energy Recovery and Filtration Solution is located, as it helps provide the foundation for district energy recovery.
Recovered energy is distributed through heat exchangers or heat pumps & condensers located in each building within the network, to provide heating, cooling, and domestic hot water.
Wastewater Energy Districts offset the use of cooling towers and gas boilers to eliminate greenhouse gas emissions, reduce energy costs, and potable water consumption.
On April 20, 2022 SHARC Energy was proud to be a part of the official launch of the National Western Center in Denver, reducing up to 2,600 tonnes of CO2e per year.
The District Energy System covers over 1.4 million square feet and processes an astounding 3,000 GPM of wastewater; recovering thermal energy from an untapped natural resource.
LELEM LIVING, BC
A detailed walkthrough of the SHARC 660 Wastewater Heat Recovery & Filtration System at Lelem Village, which serves 1,250 units of mixed-use commercial + residential with heating, cooling, and hot water production on the University of British Columbia Endowment Lands.
FALSE CREEK, VANCOUVER, BC
Helps provide 5 Million square-feet of Residential, Commercial, and Industrial area with sustainably produced Heating and Hot Water.
Planned expansion from 3.2 MW to 10 MW, for around 20 Million square-feet of area powered with recovered energy from wastewater.