- Associated Press - Wednesday, September 24, 2014

SEATTLE (AP) - A new Amazon.com office building under construction in Seattle will be warmed by the Internet, in a sense.

Heated water from the cooling system at a data center in another downtown building will be piped through Amazon offices and then recycled.

The Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce reports (https://bit.ly/1yr3ort) the system is being constructed by Eco District LLC, a partnership of Clise Properties, which owns the building with the data center, and mechanical contractor McKinstry, which is designing the water heat transfer system.


Information from: Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, https://www.djc.com/

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