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How Chicago Turns
Sewage Into Power

Chicago’s wastewater authority plans to slash
its energy bill by using bacteria to convert
sewage into natural gas. There are a lot of
things in the 1.2 billion gallons that pour through
the world’s largest water-treatment plant every
day: grime swept off Chicago sidewalks, sewage
scoured from thousands of miles of pipes—and
enough energy to cut an annual $50 million
electricity bill to zero by 2023.

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SUSTAINABLE ENERGY
AND CLIMATE RESILIENCE

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SUSTAINABLE ENERGY
AND CLIMATE RESILIENCE

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Resilience Building in Island States

The ability of small island states to become less vulnerable and more capable to respond and recover from the disruptions and
destruction associated with increasing greenhouse gas concentrations, including more ferocious and frequent hydro-meteorological
events, severe impacts from sea-level rise, and increasing ocean temperature and acidity, by development and efficient use of the
natural resource endowment. The ability to respond and recover is linked to national capacity which determines the ability to extract
and efficiently utilize energy, food and water from the natural resource base.

“Energy Services from Waste: The Development of a Regional Integrated Organic Waste Management Sector”

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For programme and general information:

Dr. Al Binger, Energy Advisor
Caribbean Community Climate Change Center
Email: meetings@sidsdock.org
Phone: +011 501-822-1104

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