How is MBT-technology in 20 years?

The future challenge in waste management will be the use of resources from waste in a proper way.

In this paper data of four sorting analyses are presented. Input
materials of four MBT plants were investigated and assessed in terms of the intended purpose. About 5 to 10 % were sorted for material recovery. Improved sorting technologies can provide about 30 % for heat production. Data of carbon sequestration in landfilled MBT material are presented and compared to municipal solid waste incinerator (MSWI) bottom ash. The total organic carbon (TOC) content differs from MBT material (average ~ 17 % DM) to MSWI bottom ash (average ~ 2 % DM). Finally incineration of municipal solid waste containing biogenic materials and food waste with high water contents is discussed.

MBT technology, material recovery, sorting analyses, carbon sequestration

1 Introduction
2 Materials and Methods
2.1 Sorting analyses
2.2 Determination of carbon contents in MBT landfills
2.3 Determination of carbon contents in MSWI bottom ash and water evaporation in combusted MBT materials using thermal analysis
3 Results
3.1 Sorting analyses
3.2 Organic carbon contents in MBT materials and MSWI bottom ash
4 Discussion

Copyright: © Wasteconsult International
Quelle: Waste-to-Resources 2009 (Mai 2009)
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Autor: Dipl.-Ing. Johannes Tintner
Dipl. Ing. Dr. Ena Smidt
Dr. Katharina Meissl
Dipl.-Ing Erwin Binner

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