Data Center Sustainability - Water and Wastewater Impacts
Datacenter growth is booming again and with it is the need for more power and water to operate them. This discussion will focus on water usage both on-site and off-site to support this growth. In the past, data center providers focused on power utilization effectiveness (PUE) to gauge their sustainability and energy cost to support their operations. Today the focus has shifted to greater sustainability goals where overall water utilization and carbon footprint in addition to power are major factors for the data center providers to consider. We will review cooling strategies, water sourcing, and concerns, wastewater treatment including recycling/reuse. There will also be a discussion on Industry metrics for corporate reporting on sustainabilityThe registration fee is a donation we are collecting for community service project materials. If you have been impacted financially by COVID-19, please reach out to email@example.com for a fee waiver.
|Who should attend:||
Those interested in sustainable practices and goals.
5:15 PM – 5:30 PM Zoom room opens to check connections and light networking
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|About the Speaker:|
David McCabe has spent 30+ years working in water and wastewater industry, mostly in private industry. He is a chemical engineer with experience in the design, construction, and operation of both small and large treatment facilities for several industries including semiconductor, food and beverage, aerospace, and municipalities. He has focused on driving water conservation through improved water treatment methods or by reclaim and recycle systems to make sure water is used multiple times before being discharged. His work at companies including Intel, Motorola, Jacobs Engineering, University Mechanical and Engineering Contractors and Ionics (currently part of SUEZ) has all focused on water.
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