TeachMeFinance.com - explain Process heating or cooling waste heatrecovery
Process heating or cooling waste heatrecovery The term 'Process heating or cooling waste heatrecovery' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' An energy conservation system whereby some space heating or water heating is done by actively capturing byproduct heat that would otherwise be ejected into the environment. In nonresidential buildings, sources of waste heat include refrigeration/air-conditioner compressors, manufacturing or other processes, data processing centers, lighting fixtures, ventilation exhaust air, and the occupants themselves. Not to be considered is the passive use of radiant heat from lighting, workers,motors, ovens, etc., when there are no special systems for collecting and redistributing heat'.
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