District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (DC Water) provides drinking water, sewage collection and sewage treatment in Washington, D.C.
The building is designed to LEED® Platinum Class A standards and is the greenest building in North America.
This SHARC system provides the 151,300 ft2 building with source energy for a combination of heating, air conditioning and water heating.
|Product Installed||Project Type||Project Size||Commissioned||Developer||Engineer||Architect|
|SHARC 660 System||Commercial||151,300 ft2||August 2018||DC Water||Smithgroup||Smithgroup|
|Application||Filtered Wastewater Flowrate (GPM)||Heating/Cooling Ratio %||Design Energy Transfer (MBH)||Design Energy Transferred (MMBTU/year)||Heating||Cooling|
|Baseline||Baseline Efficiency||Baseline Alternate||Baseline Alternate Efficiency|
|Heating/Cooling||250||3.3% / 96.7%||Summer: 2,540 Winter: 1,653||6,712||Natural Gas||95%||Cooling Tower||-|
|Natural gas avoided (therm/year)||GHG equivalent (metric t CO2e/year)||Approximate Impact||Estimated water use reduction (gal/year)||Evaporation reduction from cooling tower (gal/year)||Blowdown reduction from cooling tower (gal/year)|
|Cars off Road||Tree Offsetting CO2e|
|2,320||12.6||2.7||573||1.5 M||1.0 M||0.5 M|
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