Lincoln Waste Water Treatment Plant Case Study

Client background

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 it into effluent which can then be returned to the water cycle.

This project was very straightforward. 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.

Products installed

Quick facts

Project location

Lincoln, Missouri

Project date

May 2020

Project length

1 month

Payback period

Instant

Projected utility savings (year 1)

$3,321

Projected utility savings (10 years)

$33,208

Projected utility savings (20 years)

$66,416

Annual kWh Savings

41,510

Pounds of CO2 offset

64,595

Pounds of coal burned

32,339

Acres of U.S. forests preserved

0.199

Smartphones charged

3,742,973

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