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In 2008, the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) published the “Statewide Assessment of Energy Use by the Municipal Water and Wastewater Sector” documenting 2003/...

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A flare efficiency estimator (FEE) tool is part of Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF) project U2R08 entitled Methane Evolution from Wastewater Treatment and Conveyance under WERF’s...

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