OIT gives heat to city waste treaters

Author: Rachel Novick

The University and its Center for Research Computing received a 2009 Green Enterprise IT Award, presented by the Uptime Institute and co-sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy, for their innovative work with the South Bend Wastewater Treatment Plant, which is responsible for breaking down waste.

The University plans to use the heat produced by its computing equipment to break down waste, Dewitt Latimer, the University’s Chief Technology Officer, said.

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