Waste to Energy Spatial Suitability Analysis Using Hybrid Multi-Criteria Machine Learning ApproachRami Al-Ruzouq, Mohamed Abdallah, Abdallah Shanableh, Sama Alani, Lubna Obaid & Mohamed Barakat A. Gibril
In this study, an analytical hierarchy process (AHP)-based framework was established to explore the optimum location for WTE facilities
How to get started with alternative fuelsHubert Baier, WhiteLabel-TandemProjects UG
Cement plants are capable of consuming a wide variety of alternative fuels, in line with
local availability, plant requirements and emissions limits.
Springer Waste to energy (WTE) in China: from latecomer to front runner Nickolas J. Themelis , Wenchao Ma
This paper discusses the 2000–2018 evolution of energy and metals recovery from urban wastes in the European Union and
www.seetao.com CRCC won 6 overseas waste incineration power plant projects in Kazakhstan
China Railway 20th Bureau Group Co., Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of China Railway Construction Corporation, signed a feasibility study agreement and an EPC contract of intent for the 6 waste incineration power plant projects in Kazakhstan with the Kazakhstan Waste 2 Energy Company.
IET Renewable Power Generation The role of energy recovery from wastes in the decarbonization efforts of the EU power sectorConstantinos S. Psomopoulos, Kyriaki Kiskira, Konstantinos Kalkanis, Helen C. Leligou, Nickolas J. Themelis,
Over the last few years, global energy demand has risen, and this trend is expected to continue. Almost all European Union (EU) countries are suffering from a shortage of energy services. Annually, EU fossil fuel energy production falls; for example, in 2014, gas production fell by 11.2% compared to 2013. Energy imports, especially natural gas, have increased as a result of lower energy output. The EU is still heavily reliant on fossil fuel imports (oil and gas), and the cost of EU energy imports in 2017 increased by 26% (€266 billion).
Abfallverwertungsgesellschaft des Landkreises Ludwigsburg mbH District Heating Supply from Landfill Gas in the Vaihingen District of Gündelbach, Germany
Nowadays everyone is aware of this fact: fossil fuels are limited and must be replaced by regenerative alternatives. This is also the reason for the lighthouse project Gündelbach district heating supply. The district was converted into a bioenergy village in which a large proportion of the inhabitants heat with district heating instead of oil.
Ramboll Group Establishing Australia’s first large-scale energy from waste project
Australia is moving away from landfill disposal and towards more sustainable ways of managing the waste generated in the country and is currently building its very first large-scale energy from waste facility in Kwinana, Perth. The Avertas Energy facility will be in full operation in 2022 and recover resources and energy from municipal and commercial waste. Ramboll plays a critical role in the design, construction and commissioning of the Avertas Energy Plant as the Owners Engineer.
J. Energy Resour. Technol. Effects of Carbonization on the Co-Activation of Sludge and Biomass to Produce Activated CokeLiwei Wang, Lin Lu, Minghua Li, Yulin Liu,
Xiaohan Ren, Yiannis A. Levendis
Activated coke was prepared by mixing sewage sludge and waste poplar bark biomass from furniture manufacturing. The physical activation method of these feedstocks with steam for 1 h at 850 °C was implemented.
European Suppliers of Waste to Energy Technology It’s high time we tackle methane emissions from waste
With the new report on methane emissions, the European Parliament supports bold actions to minimise the damages methane causes to the environment. The waste sector cannot be left out of the process.
UNECE Support the potential contribution of Waste-to Energy to Circular Economy approaches!
Those who care for sustainable waste management, please respond to the UNECE survey
WhiteLabel-TandemProjects e.U. Pre-Treating of non-hazardous Commingled Solid Waste in Mexico
Five steps to produce reliable Alternative Fuels
WtERT Turkey Waste-to-Energy plant in Istanbul, Turkey
In the metropolitan city of Istanbul with almost 16 million inhabitants a WtE plant is under construction since 2018.
A Multisectoral Assessment Framework for The Carbon Footprint of Integrated Sustainable Development Systems in DubaiMohamed Abdallah, Ahmad Shabib, Abdul Razak Alozi & Mohamed Hussein
This research establishes a systematic integrated framework to assess selected state-of-the-art SDSs in three carbon-intensive sectors: transportation, waste management, and energy production.
Dynamic Multi-objective Optimization of Integrated Waste Management Using Genetic AlgorithmsMohamed Abdallah, Zakiya Rahmat-Ullah, Abdulrahman Metawa
This chapter presents a multi-objective dynamic framework for the optimization of waste allocation to various treatment, recovery, and disposal facilities by means of genetic algorithms (GAs).
Review on Available Technology for Co-combustion of Medical Waste in WTE PlantsKartik Kapoor (Waste Management Consultant, UN Habitat), Hedwig Vielreicher, Shauny Qu, WtERT Germany
Hospital and medical wastes are disposed in tens of thousands of dedicated incinerators or are autoclaved to destroy pathogens and then landfilled. However, over a hundred cities which have waste to energy (WTE) power plants fueled by municipal solid waste, use these plants to co-combust medical wastes. This report identified forty one such plants, located in a dozen nations, which in total co-combust about 90,000 tons of medical waste annually. The medical waste represented an average of 2.4% of the total amount of wastes combusted in these WTE power plants.
Generally, the medical wastes are collected at the point of origin in puncture resistant, leakproof and sealed containers which are transported to WTE plants and are mechanically conveyed to the WTE furnace.
ESWET “Fit for 55” – The waste management sector works together to reduce emissions
As reflected in the proposals included in the “Fit for 55” climate package, sustainable waste management may contribute to the European goals of emissions reduction. Waste-to-Energy has an instrumental role in the treatment of non-recyclable waste.