system, which uses a network of high-density polyethylene
pipes to transfer heat to and from the earth. The pipes are
buried in horizontal trenches behind Trustees' House.
recovers solar energy stored in the ground, transfers it into
the building, and then transfers heat from the building into
the earth, said Sepe. Because the earth's temperature is very
stable, the system operates at extremely high efficiencies.
Dean of Facilities Management Matthew Sepe, at
email@example.com or 781-280-3523.
course, call 1-800-818-3434 or visit: http://bit.ly/mccEnviroSci
the switch" in the basement of Trustees' House.