Wastewater to heating
The Degrés Bleus solution combines a heat exchanger with a heat pump. The heat exchanger, comprising a closed-loop piping circuit, conveys the water that is warmed up by the heat in the wastewater. The water then reaches the pump, which performs the transition between the wastewater network and the heating circuit. The calories are then multiplied, so that the temperature of the water rises and it becomes usable. Degrés Bleus, does not cause any nuisances and is completely safe, it can be adapted to both new and existing networks in housing units, offices, hospitals, retirement 电子货币交易软件homes, schools, etc….
Reducing CO2 emissions by 300-tons a year
By producing green energy, Degrés Bleus cuts greenhouse gas emissions by 50% to 70% compared with traditional thermal solutions. It preserves the planet’s natural capital by reducing the consumption of non-renewable energy by 30% to 60%.
It’s in use in 20 sites in France
It was first used in 2010, at the Aquatics Centre in Levallois-Perret. Degrés Bleus is now used in Bordeaux (Administrative offices), Valenciennes (Town Hall), Paris (the Elysée Presidential Palace; the Wattignies School site and the “Aspirant-Dunand” pool complex), Nanterre (St. Genevieve eco-district), Dijon (Dijon council’s TRAM depot), Maubeuge (University campus), Mulhouse (Lefebvre barracks), Marseille (“Les nouveaux Chartreux” apartment block), Saulx-les-Chartreux (SIAHVY mill) and Annemasse (swimming pool).