solid waste incinerator


Trace element pollution of soils collected near a municipal solid waste incinerator : human health risk
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MATERIALS AND METHODS Soil samples were collected in the vicinity of a MSW incinerator located in Montcada (Spain) at approximately 10 km from Barcelona. The plant is placed in a residential area with important industrial activity and began operating in 1975

Comparative evaluation of municipal solid waste incinerator designs by flow simulation
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Flow simulations have been carried out to evaluate the effects of combustion chamber design and air/combustion gas flow configuration on the overall performance of municipal solid waste incinerators. Computational results show velocity and temperature fields in the

Characterization of solid waste incinerator bottom ash and the potential for its use
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This paper evaluates the properties of incinerator bottom ash from Kano Municipal solid waste to see what uses the material could be put to after incineration. The properties of the material make it suitable for use as fills, low cost road subgrades and sub-bases. The MATERIALS AND METHODS The MLS/MWIP is located in the South-Westem region of with an extension of approximately 150.000 m2, surrounded by agricultural areas. The soil in this area is classified as dusky latosol . Duplicated

CO2 emission from municipal solid waste incinerator : IPCC formula estimation and flue gas measurement
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Although most of the air pollutants can be removed with air pollution control facilities, the greenhouse gas (carbon dioxide) is unavoidably released into the atmosphere from the flue gas during waste incineration. The amounts of CO2 emitted from municipal solid waste

Design and computational fluid dynamic modeling of a municipal solid waste incinerator for Kampala City, Uganda
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In Uganda, the government targeted to produce at least 15 MW from Municipal Solid Wastes (MSW) by end of 2012, which was not achieved. It is against this background that this projects twofold objective is to explore the energy potential of MSW in Kampala and design

Life cycle assessment of bottom ash management from a municipal solid waste incinerator (MSWI)
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Thermal treatment of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) results in various types of solid wastes, distinguishing mainly bottom, boiler and fly ashes and slag. To minimise waste generation it necessary to carry out primary measures for controlling residue outputs that involve

Properties of concrete with municipal solid waste incinerator bottom ash
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The appropriate utilization of Municipal Solid Waste Incineration (MSWI) residues is a worldwide studied topic over the last decades. One of the possibilities is to use MSWI ashes in concrete production, as it is done with coal combustion products. The bottom ash features

Encapsulation of solid waste incinerator ash in geopolymer concretes and its applications
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The current study examines chemical and mechanical behaviors resulting from the gradual incorporation of incinerator fly ash (IFA) into an alkaline-activated coal fly ash (CFA) matrix, such as: 1) the incinerator ash is chemically stabilized; and 2) the resulting mixture provides

Utilization of municipal solid waste incinerator fly ash in cement mortars
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Disposal of municipal solid waste has become a major problem in many countries around the world. With the benefits of substantial weight and volume reduction and potential energy recovery, incineration has become a promising municipal solid waste (MSW) management

Design of municipal solid waste incinerator based on hierarchical methodology
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A hierarchical method for synthesizing process flow sheet of a municipal solid waste incinerator for the city of Cuernavaca has been applied. The procedure is evolutionary in nature and proceeds through a hierarchy of decision levels (Douglas, 1985), where more Municipal solid waste incinerator (MSWI) fly ash is world-widely defined as hazardous waste because of its high concentration of heavy metals and high toxic equivalents of dioxin-like compounds. Therefore, if not properly disposed, it would pose a risk of being released into

Evaluation on environmental impacts of asphalt mixtures containing municipal solid waste incinerator bottom ash
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Previous research works show the possibility of using municipal solid waste incinerator bottom ash (IBA) as part of aggregate for asphalt mixtures. A few demonstration projects were implemented for assessing durability. Most of these previous researches were focused

Weathering processes in municipal solid waste incinerator bottom ash deposits
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Municipal solid waste incineration (MSWI) is becoming is becoming increasingly popular worldwide. One of the main environmental concerns with regard to the utilisation or the landfilling of MSWI residues is the long-term leaching and transport of heavy metals into the

Petrology, geochemistry and leaching behaviour of a high temperature municipal solid waste incinerator residue
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Todays municipal solid waste incinerators (MSWI) produce a heterogeneous and reactive residue at 850~ The residue is mostly contained in landfills (some use in road construction) and is difficult to characterize with respect to its long-term leaching behaviour. Treatment at

Utilization of municipal solid waste incinerator y ashes to produce cellular mortars
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Typical density of cellular mortars is 400-800 kg/m3 and compressive strength between 3 and 10 N/mm2. Low density and low thermal conductivity makes the main application of this material to be in external walls and roong. These properties are achieved by the reaction

Distribution of metals in ash from different units in a municipal solid waste incinerator
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Ash samples were obtained from a super heater (SH), economizer (EC), semi-dryer absorber (SDA), fabric filter (FF) and bottom residue (BR) in a large-scale municipal waste incineration plant. To determine the contents of 22 metals, ash samples were digested in a

Development of a process for aqueous mineral carbonation on municipal solid waste incinerator bottom ash with recovery of useful chemicals
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We propose a cost-effective aqueous mineral carbonation process for municipal solid waste incinerator (MSWI) with using CO2 captured from MSWI flue gas. In this process, sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3) and potassium chloride (KCl) are recovered. The former can be

Technological Development of an Effective Recycling System for Fly Ash from Municipal Solid Waste Incinerator to be Raw Material in Cement Industry
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1.1 Background Since the book, Silent Spring 1, was published in 1962, it was like a big bomb blasted and people began to concern more about the environmental problems. Though we had done something since long before 2, it was rough, unsafe and not effective