Municipal Solid Waste Treatment - Experiences getting from practice

Looking for a suitable municipal waste management’s method for town and district is an important task for Vietnam. In such areas the generated waste amount is not big and waste service hardly joins to the public Urban Environment Company’s system, due to a high cost of transportation. In this case, therefore a private company, the Hydraulic- Machine Co., LTD has developed an appropriate technology made in Vietnam. This technology uses for “Treatment of Solid Waste into Fuels” (MBT-CD.08), which has got the Certification of Vietnam Technology Ownership and it is being on the way of extend its application throughout the country. Schematic diagram of the MBT-CD.08, material flow, heat value of the RDF product and the emission as well as scientific comments were reported.

Key words:
Technology, treatment, solid waste, fuel, material flow, heat value, emission, hazardous substance, mechanical sorting.

Copyright: © Wasteconsult International
Quelle: Waste-to-Resources 2009 (Mai 2009)
Seiten: 6
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Autor: N.T.D. Trang
Nguyen Binh
Nguyen Gia Long

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