Upgrade your commercial laundry facilities

This toolkit contains case studies on how wastewater recycling technology and ozone based laundry systems can help your organization find unrealized savings in energy and water, along with guidance on commercial heat pump water heaters.

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    DOE funded evaluations of ozonation at the Charleston Place Hotel in Charleston, SC, and the Rogerson House assisted living facility of Boston, MA.
    DOE funded an evaluations of a wastewater recycle system at the Grand Hyatt Seattle and of ozone systems at the Charleston Place Hotel and the Rogerson House Assisted Living Facility.
    Wastewater recycling is a market-ready solution that can save an average of 365 thousand gallons/month of combined water and sewer and 1,119 therms/month in hot water heating energy.
    This fact sheet summarizes the Better Building Alliance commercial heat pump water heater demonstration project and directs interested partners on how to take advantage of the opportunity.
    This specification provides a description of required and recommended performance characteristics resulting in increased energy savings for Commercial Storage Water Heaters.


Sector:

Commercial

Barrier:

Identifying or evaluating energy-saving technologies

Tool type:

Toolkit

Building Type:

Lodging, Service, Dry cleaner or laundromat

Technology:

Water Heating and Water Efficiency, Water Efficient Equipment, Water Heating