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Why recycle heat energy?

Recycling waste heat from manufacturing facilities could do more for the environment than taking every passenger car in America off the road and also, of course, reduces energy costs, says Recycled Energy Development (RED), a clean energy company that cuts manufacturers' energy costs.

RED has put together a video available at http://www.recycled-energy.com/ to help explain how recycling of waste heat can reduce energy costs, slash greenhouse gases, and create jobs.

"Recycling energy at just one steel plant in northwest Indiana generates more clean power than all the solar panels connected to the grid in the entire world. Our goal is to help decision-makers capture rather than discard waste energy," said RED president and CEO Sean Casten.

The video is here:

http://www.recycled-energy.com/

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