MBT solution with windrow technology – investigations of the process performance

The worldwide demand for simple MBT solutions is still increasing. During the study and investigation for new projects as well as for improvement of already existing facilities there is a demand for layout and technological design of the biological treatment process.

The necessary time to reach the treatment target, the area needed for this treatment and the necessary treatment methods are the key figures for those studies. By small scale testing under practical conditions the biological treatment process can be simulated and adjusted to find the optimum conditions. With the help of the test results the process engineer is able to estimate the necessary processing time and processing area as well as the operation costs for the full scale project.

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Quelle: Waste-to-Resource 2011 (Mai 2011)
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