Three key elements: water, circularity and siting

Presented by

Andy Lawrence, Executive Director of Research; Jay Dietrich, Research Director of Sustainability

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As part of a sustainability strategy, data center managers must address water use and circularity requirements — such as end-of-life product management and heat reuse — and data center siting and design specifications. Each of these elements presents challenges, but focused attention will contribute significantly to sustainable data center operations. Join us to hear more about this important topic as well as final wrap up commentary on this important series of six sustainability reports.

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