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In district heating systems, the heat produced as a by-product of power generation and waste incineration is generally transported using a heated medium (usually water or steam) via insulated underground pipes and supplied to consumers for domestic room heating, hot water, and industrial processes.

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I'm Victoria. I take care of the projects in areas of building development with the attention of the effectiveness of the processes for buildings, their supplements, and straightforward procedures flow in or around them.

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