One of the most unique design features in the AGU building renovation’s contributing to the net zero energy goals will be a municipal sewer heat exchange that uses wastewater from other buildings to provide heating and cooling for the AGU building. The design eliminates the need for a cooling tower and reduces energy usage. This will be the first time this strategy is used in the United States. Roger Frechette, Managing Principal for Interface Engineering, shares more about the feature. Learn how it works here.