Shell Park Place

Project Name: Integrated Water Reclamation and Heat Recovery - this project recovers over 2500MWh of thermal energy per year and 20 million gallons of water.

Located in downtown Fort McMurray, this mixed use facility houses three hockey rinks, 12 sheet curling rink, Olympic size pool, leisure pool, hot tub and golf course.

Initial upgrade plans required significant upgrades to the municipal sewer and water system for the increased capacity. The proposed budget was $24 Million. TITUS was able install a modular wastewater treatment plant and heat recovery system for $14M. The TITUS Platform returns 2570 MWh of thermal energy back to the pool and 20 million gallons per year reduction in water supply requirements. Reclaimed water is used for golf course irrigation and toilet flush water in the future hotel.

 This project represents the first integration of direct water reuse with a TITUS District Energy Sharing System (DESS). Services include detail design, permitting, fabrication, delivery, installation and commissioning.  This project reduced capital expense by $9M as compared to the conventional wastewater approach while also allowing for water and energy recovery.

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