24 Apr '11, 7pm

A Paris School Turns to the Sewers for a Sustainable Heat Source : TreeHugger via @TreeHugger

A Paris School Turns to the Sewers for a Sustainable Heat Source Heated water running through Paris' sewers will be put to use heating a school. Photo: Shadowgate under a Creative Commons license . Paris has been on an alternative energy roll as of late: installing hydropower turbines in the Seine , testing the limits of urban wind power and using solar power to run its public toilets . Now the French capital is going further: using heat from wastewater in its sewers to keep the students at a local school group warm and toasty. View the entire comment thread.

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