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Sustainable Wastewater Infrastructure Accelerator - Completed

The Sustainable Wastewater of the Future (SWIFt) Accelerator worked with water resource recovery facilities to accelerate a pathway toward sustainable infrastructure. SWIFt aimed to catalyze the adoption of innovative and best-practice approaches in data management, advanced technologies, and financing for infrastructure improvement. Partners sought to improve the energy efficiency of their participating water resource recovery facilities by at least 25% and integrate at least one resource recovery measure. 

SWIFt Phase 2: Energy Recovery

DOE is continuing SWIFt's efforts in the wastewater sector focused on energy recovery. Phase 2 is currently welcoming interested state, regional, and local agency and facility partners. Contact stateandlocal@ee.doe.gov or click below for more information.

Customized Toolkit Training

DOE is offering customized training on the use and implementation of the Wastewater Energy Management (SWIFt) Toolkit to help more facilities set and achieve their energy efficiency goals. Get access to resources, networking, technical support, and recognition.

Join Upcoming Webinars

Dedicated to bringing you the latest actionable insights on today's energy efficiency landscape, the Better Buildings Webinar Series is a chance to explore the topics and trends that affect your organization with industry experts and your peers.

Other Resources

Fact Sheet

Better Buildings Sustainable Wastewater Infrastructure of the Future Accelerator Factsheet Fact Sheet

The Better Buildings Sustainable Wastewater Infrastructure of the Future (SWIFt) Accelerator worked over three years with state, regional, and local agencies that were engaged with water resource recovery facilities in their jurisdiction to accelerate a pathway toward a sustainable infrastructure.

Guidance

Energy Data Management Manual for the Wastewater Treatment Sector Guidance

The purpose of this document is to describe the benefits of energy data management, explain how it can help drive savings when linked to a strong energy management program, and provide clear, step-by-step guidance to wastewater treatment plants on how to appropriately track energy performance.

Partners

  • Oklahoma

    State of Oklahoma

    West Virginia

    West Virginia Rural Water Association

    Alabama

    State of Alabama

    Arizona

    Phoenix, AZ

    Colorado

    State of Colorado

    Texas

    State of Texas

    Illinois

    State of Illinois

    Ohio

    Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District

    Connecticut

    State of Connecticut

    Tennessee

    Knoxville Utilities Board
    State of Tennessee

    Wisconsin

    State of Wisconsin

    Massachusetts

    Greater Lawrence Sanitary District

    Rhode Island

    Minnesota

    Utah

    State of Utah

    Michigan

    State of Michigan

    New Hampshire

    State of New Hampshire

    Oregon

    State of Oregon

    North Dakota

    State of North Dakota

    Indiana

    State of Indiana

    Kansas

    State of Kansas

    California

    Los Angeles County, CA