Mechanical-Biological Stabilisation Plant in Fusina near Venice/Italy (260,000 t/y) – Twelve Years of Operating Experience –

This report is to illustrate the yield and the balance of utilization of the RDF produced at the Fusina integrated pole, comparing it with what is known about the waste combustion in incineration plants. The material and energy balances resulting from a monitoring during twelve years or running are to be used in the following comparisons.
Those balances prove the convenience of the process from the energetic point of view, also considering that the privileged outlet for the co-combustion of the produced RDF will be the thermo electrical power plant of Fusina.

The plant was built in the early 2000s, and became fully operational in late 2001. At the beginning only section 1 was dedicated to RDF production, with a capacity of 167,000 t per year, while section 2 was a composting plant for organic fraction from separated collection with a capacity of 70,000 t per year.

After several years of testing, ended in 2008, it has been decided to also convert section to in RDF production plant, with a capacity of 100,000 t per year. The revamping was completed at the end of 2010.

Today we are running regularly the two sections, reaching a total amount of 260,000 t per year of MSW treated.

Copyright: © TK Verlag - Fachverlag für Kreislaufwirtschaft
Quelle: Waste Management, Volume 4 (November 2014)
Seiten: 9
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Autor: Dr.-Ing. Simone Paoli

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