Video describes 'smart water cooling' for Google data center

April 2, 2012
Located within the Chattahoochee River watershed, Google's data center in Douglas County, GA uses non-potable gray water siphoned from a nearby municipal treatment facility.

A recent Youtube video takes a detailed look at the "re-use water management system" used for cooling Google's data center in Douglas County, GA. Located within the Chattahoochee River watershed, the data center uses gray (non-potable) water siphoned from a nearby municipal water and sewer treatment authority. The water is then recycled in a "sidestream facility", built by Google, that is employed for 100% of its data center cooling requirements.

Watch the video here.

Related product:In-row water-chilled cooling system

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