MBT in Germany and Europe – Development, Status and Outlook

The waste management in Europe has to arrange itself more and more with the guidelines of sustainable resources management and climate change targets. Therefore the material specific waste treatment by the MBT-technology, as a switch point of mass flow separation with energy-efficient treatment and utilisation of the partial streams, offers an ideal starting position. Against this background this conference paper will comment the previous development, the status and the outlook of the Mechanical-Biological-Treatment in Germany and Europe (France, Great Britain, Italy, Austria and Spain).

Waste management in Europe has to arrange itself more and more with the guidelines of sustainable resources management and climate change targets.. According to present studies waste management can contribute here by a material and energetic recovery of wastes by means of optimising treatment plants in an energy-efficient way. The definite implementation of the EU Waste Framework Directive in the Member States will lead to a change of the waste arising regarding quantity and quality and its whereabouts that is presently difficult to be assessed. The MBT must and will challenge the competition around the quantities and qualities of the material streams. The technical requirements and developing potentials for this purpose are given. The material-specific waste treatment with plants operating with MBT technology as switch point mass flow separation with energy-efficient treatment and utilisation of the partial streams offers not only in Europe a good starting position. The technical design of the MBT technology can be adjusted flexibly to the individual requirements and frame conditions.
Before this background the paper explains the latest development, the status and outlooks of the mechanical-biological waste treatment in Germany and Europe (France, Great Britain, Italy, Austria and Spain).



Copyright: © Arbeitsgemeinschaft Stoffspezifische Abfallbehandlung ASA e.V.
Quelle: 9. Recyclingtage 2012 (September 2012)
Seiten: 16
Preis: € 8,00
Autor: Prof. Dr. Michael Nelles
Dr. Gert Morscheck
M.Sc. Jennifer Grünes

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