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Hans M. Medlarz

Public Works Director

Kent County Dept. of Public Works

HQ Phone:  (302) 774-2480

Direct Phone: (302) ***-****direct phone

Email: h***@***.us

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Kent County Dept. of Public Works

414 Federal Street

Dover, Delaware,19901

United States

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www.doverpost.com

Over the last three years, the wastewater treatment plant has received more than $28 million in funding from state, county and federal sources for research projects and upgrades that will allow the facility to reduce energy expenditures by 15 and reduce air emissions related to stand-by power generation by about 80 percent, according to Hans Medlarz, director of Kent County Public Works Department, which oversees the only wastewater treatment plant in Kent County.
The nearly 25-year-old blowers, which Medlarz described as "vintage," will be replaced with equipment that has been on the market for about five or six years, he said, and will eliminate vibration and friction issues that increase energy consumption. "The $5 million from the federal government is the last piece of the puzzle," he said July 2, when Delaware's U.S. senators joined county and federal officials in announcing the funding. Page 2 of 2 - U.S. Sen.


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www.delawarefirst.org

Hans Medlarz, director of the Kent County Department of Public Works, said the wastewater treatment facility was the first in the world to be certified by both the International Organization for Standardization and the National Biosolids Partnership because of its groundbreaking work on sustainability and health & safety practices for its workers.
It has maintained the certification for the last four years, he said. The facility’s use of photovoltaic cells and solar hot water heaters has cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 25 percent; its electricity use by 20 percent, and its natural gas consumption by 15 percent, Medlarz said.


www.delawarefirst.org

Hans Medlarz, director of the Kent County Department of Public Works, said the wastewater treatment facility was the first in the world to be certified by both the International Organization for Standardization and the National Biosolids Partnership because of its groundbreaking work on sustainability and health & safety practices for its workers.
It has maintained the certification for the last four years, he said. The facility's use of photovoltaic cells and solar hot water heaters has cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 25 percent; its electricity use by 20 percent, and its natural gas consumption by 15 percent, Medlarz said.


www.doverpost.com

Hans Medlarz, director of Kent County's Department of Public Works, said the county would spend at least $125,000 to install a foundation and pole for the radio transmitter.
"The lease is at a discounted rate that saves the county money," Medlarz said. Medlarz said the lease would be part of a larger county project made necessary by some of Kent County's radio transmissions interfering with voice communications in Monroe County, Pa., two years ago.


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