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Lincoln Waste Water Treatment Plant

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The Lincoln Waster Water plant is a rural waster water treatment facility in Lincoln, Missouri. It’s main purpose is to remove contaminants from wastewater that’s filtered to its facility, turning them into effluent which can then be returned to the water cycle. A 29 kW ground mount solar array was interconnected to feed electric meters which are running pumps and motors to power the plant’s sanitation efforts.

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Lincoln, Missouri

May 2020

1 month

and all solutions we installed

Financial stats

3,321

Year 1 realized savings

3,321

Year 10 projected savings

3,321

Year 20 projected savings

Sustainability equivalency data

41,510

Annual kWh offset

64,595

CO2 emissions offset (lbs)

0.199

Acres of forest preserved

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