Waste Management, Volume 9

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Dieses Buch erschien im Rahmen des IRRC Waste-to-Energy 2019.

This book was published as part of the IRRC Waste-to-Energy 2019.

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Policies and Strategies

Policies and Legislation

Waste-to-Energy Roadmap towards 2035
Ella Stengler

A Vision for Waste-to-Energy in 2050: Clean Technologies for Sustainable Development
Patrick Clerens, Alexis Thuau and Paolo Nouvion

Final Version of the Reviewed Best Available Techniques Reference Document (BREF) for Waste Incineration and Steps Towards Implementing BAT Conclusion in EU Member States
Markus Gleis


Realizing a Waste-to-Energy Project – How to Start
Thomas Vollmeier and Nathalie Camplani

Typical Project Structures in the Waste-to-Energy Business – EPC, EPCM, BOT, BOOT and PPP/PFI –
Tobias Faber and Maria Koliasta

Belgrade Public-Private Partnership – How the Private Sector Helps in Converting Belgrade Dumpsite into an Integrated Waste Management Facility
Stephane Heddesheimer, Virginie Thevenet, Mathieu de Kervenoael, Samir Dendoune and Philippe Thiel

Operation of Three Waste-to-Energy Plants in Paris – Experience of a Major European Municipal Solid Waste Public Authority and Outlook on Strategic Development Projects –
Pierre Hirtzberger and Frédéric Roux

Country Reports

United Kingdom Energy from Waste Statistics
Chris Jonas

Albania – the First Balkan Country with an Incineration Plant
Lulzim Baumann

Waste-to-Bioenergy Potential and a New Market in Turkey
Nuri Azbar and Duygu Karaalp Yavuzyilmaz

Waste Management Scenario in India and Progress in the Field of Waste-to-Energy
Sunil Kumar, Mohammed Bin Zacharia K and Rena

City Reports

Eco-Indicators for Municipal Waste Management of Istanbul: A Historical Perspective
Bestami Özkaya, Ahmet Demir, Afşin Çetinkaya, Levent Bilgili and Arda Karluvalı

Waste Management Situation in Beijing
Man Zhang, Yuge Yao, Hairu Yangi, Qing Liu and Junfu Lyu

Waste Incineration

Example Plants and Experiences in the Plant Construction and Operation

Copenhill – a Showcase for Technology, Environment, and Integration with the City –
Jacob Hartvig Simonsen

Size Matters: The Construction of the World’s Largest Waste-to-Energy Plant in Dubai
Andres Kronenberg and Manuela Höllinger

Performance and Energy Efficiency

Engineered Solutions for the Tuning of Existing Waste-to-Energy Plants
Oliver Gohlke

Upscaling Combustion Grates – Technical Challenges
Tom Croymans, Nicolas Maertens, Peter Van de Moortel, Kenneth Villani
and Rudi Pittoors

Fuel-Specific On-Load Boiler Cleaning Solutions for WtE Plants
Manfred Frach, Bhaumik Patel and Mark Barnes

Analyzing the Optimization Potential of Steam Production in Waste-to-Energy Plants: Examples by Evaluating Data from Three Different Plants (peer reviewed paper)
Therese Schwarzböck, Helmut Rechberger and Johann Fellner

Operating Experience with Plants with High Steam Parameters
Michael Mück

IT and Digitalisation

Engineering Model Development with Artificial Intelligence
Martin Horeni and Michael Wechner

Dynamic Plant Simulator – a Virtual Reality Twin to Model WtE Plant Behaviour and to Train Operators
Antoni Regnier and Philippe Cattieuw

CO2 Capture and Utilisation

Opportunities for CO2 Capture in the Waste-to-Energy Sector
Mario Ditaranto, Michaël Becidan and Johnny Stuen

Methanol Production at Waste to Energy Plants
Christian Schweitzer, Frank Krause, Sten Wranik and Robert Hensel

Hazardous and Clinical Waste

Combustion of Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) in the Hazardous Waste Incineration Plant in Izmit
Sahan Dede

Medical Waste Management in Developing Countries
Salman Zafar

Pyrolysis, Gasification and Liquefaction

Evaluation of Recent Developments Regarding Alternative Thermal Waste Treatment with a Focus on Depolymerisation Processes
Peter Quicker

Efficiency and Performance Assessment of Waste-to-Energy Melting Gasification in Relation to the EU Waste Framework Directive
Andrew Neil Rollinson

Evaluation on Physical and Chemical Properties of Aviation Biofuels from Corn Straw Oil by Hydrothermal Liquefaction Based on Chemical-Biological Pretreatment
Bingshuo Li, Jian Wang, Tianhua Yang, Rundong Li, Weidan Wang and Yinghui Xie

Mechanical-Biological Treatment and Solid Recovered Fuels

Overview of Best Available Techniques for Mechanical Biological Treatment of Residual Municipal Solid Waste
Ling He, Wolfgang Butz and Ketel Ketelsen

Grain Size Dependent Distribution of Contaminants in Coarse-Shredded Commercial Waste – As, Cd, Co, Cr, Hg, Ni, Pb, Sb, and Cl (peer reviewed paper)
Sandra A. Viczek, Karim Khodier, Roland Pomberger and Renato Sarc

Integrated Waste-to-Energy in Albania – The Municipal Solid Waste Project in Tirana –
Fabrizio Strobino, Stefania Granelli and Roberto Rodella

Do We Need Pretreatment or Refuse Derived Fuel for Energy-from-Waste?
Christophe Cord’homme

Sewage Sludge

Up-to-Date Approach for Thermal and Material Treatment of Sludge
Vladimir Ucekaj, Veronika Kerberova, Jan Krispin and Petr Stehlik

Sustainable Solutions for the Thermal Treatment of Sewage Sludge –Visualized by the Showcase Bitterfeld
Matthias Mann

Status Quo, Management and Planning of Sewage Sludge Treatment Plantsin Kuwait/the Gulf States
Manfred Graf

Possibilities to Integrate Sewage Sludge Incineration into Municipal Solid Waste Incineration Facilities
Wolfgang Schüttenhelm

Solutions of Sewage Sludge Mono Combustion with an Integrated Rotary Kiln in an Existing Waste to Energy Plant
Bernhard Zimmermann, Martin Ehmann and Alexander Simon

Flue Gas Treatment for Sewage Sludge Incinerators – Concepts and First Results from Plants in Operation –
Ruediger Margraf

Materials and Corrosion / Fouling

Fouling Textures and Micro-Milieus Determine High Temperature Chlorine Corrosion in Power Plants Fired with Waste or Biomass
Wolfgang Spiegel, Marie Kaiser and Werner Schmidl

Corrosion in Recycled Wood Combustion – Theory and Solutions –
Hanna Kinnunen, Sonja Enestam and Patrik Yrjas

System Stability of a Boiler Tile System – A Matter of the Greatest Importance
Jos van der Hoeff and Karl Ulrich Martin

Operation and Use of Sulphur Burner
Sascha Krüger, Rupert Warlo and Jörg Krüger

Innovative Process Experience for Simultaneous Acid Gases Removal and Slagging/Fouling Reduction in Waste-to-Energy Boilers
Giorgio Cassamagnaghi, Giovanni D’Amore, Roberto Marras and Roberto Moreschi

Flue Gas Treatment

Complying with the New EU NOx Emission Standards – Combining Advanced SNCR Technologies –
Bernd von der Heide

Integrated Technology for NOx and Dioxin Removal Inside WtE and Biomass Boilers
Pierre Le Coz and Frank Tabariés

Improving the SO2 and HCl Removal Efficiency by 30 % in Existing Dry FGC without any Capital Investment – On-Site Observations and Results on Latest Developments –
Stéphane Crevecoeur and Razvan Tuliga

Different Industries – Different Technologies? – Seawater Scrubbing for Power Plants and Cruise Ships –
Christian Fuchs

Continuous Mercury Emission and Process Monitoring
Michael Boness and Aurélie Moll

Mercury Separation by Chemisorption – A View from Industry and Science
Wolfgang Esser-Schmittmann and Jonas Moritz Ambrosy

Incineration Residues

Utilisation of Incinerator Bottom Ash and Respective Legal Requirements in the EU, Norway and Switzerland (peer reviewed paper)
Dominik Blasenbauer, Florian Huber, Jakob Lederer and Johann Fellner

Utilization of Incineration Bottom Ash in Road Constructions
Jiří Hykš and Michal Šyc

Metals and Minerals: Opportunities for Improved Recovery from Dry-Discharged Bottom Ash
Ralf Koralewska and Athanasios Bourtsalas

Metal Composition in Waste Combustion Ashes and their Recovery
Jorma Jokiniemi

Fly Ash as a Material for Thermochemical Energy and CO2 Storage
Saman Setoodeh Jahromy, Christian Jordan, Michael Harasek and Franz Winter

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