Energy recovery is the process of capturing and reusing waste heat from different industrial processes to generate more energy or use it to power other processes within the same plant. This includes low-grade heat sources like exhaust gases, steam condensate, and waste liquids.
As energy costs continue to rise and environmental regulations become stricter, energy recovery is becoming increasingly important. In the future, we can expect to see more and more energy recovery being used in the chemical and petrochemical industries.
Energy Recovery Systems are valuable tools which can help industrial plants to reduce their energy consumption, greenhouse gas emissions, and operating costs: by investing in DEC.ERS™ technologies, plants can improve their environmental performance and bottom line.