Leveraging “Green Steam” helps Boston Medical Center avoid 8,500 tons of Carbon

Boston Medical Center, a 496-bed academic medical center located in Boston’s historic South End, is using Veolia’s sustainable “Green Steam” to meet its thermal energy needs, while avoiding an estimated 8,500 tons of carbon emissions annually. The “Green Steam,” which is produced as a byproduct of electricity generation, will meet the hospital’s heating, hot water, humidification, sterilization and process needs over the course of the 20- year contract.

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