Google has opened a new data center in Finland where all of the cooling is done with sea water rather than compressors and viagra discounts refrigerants. The building, which was originally built as a paper mill, is located on the Gulf of Finland and using cool sea water is a way to the best place cialis soft save money while keeping the viagra canadian pharmacy building cooled with a readily available resource.
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The heated water is further tempered with cool sea water in a separate building before it is buy levitra online from canadacheap levitra tablets returned to the ocean to minimize the impact the heated water might have on levitra canada prescription the natural environment.
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written by Sustainble Guru, May 25, 2011
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