- Waste Incineration Plants: Background to Their Use
Incineration is third on the waste management hierarchy, after waste reduction and recycling/composting. WTE should not be installed as a replacement for material recycling.
- Recycling Facts
Recycling Facts:Interesting facts about how recycling saves energy and raw materials. Read this to add to your knowledge, and you will quite likely be a "greener" person afterwards.
- The Dano Drum
The Dano Drum provides waste volume reduction and segregation in one simple rotating drum system.
- Advantages and Disadvantages of In-vessel Composting Food Waste
The advantages and disadvantages of in-vessel composting of food waste versus windrow compsoting and Anaerobic Digestion.
- Autoclave Technology for Municipal Solid Waste Management
Autoclaving is defined as a form of Mechanical Heat Treatment (MHT) which takes place as a batch process and comprises steam processing in a vessel under the action of pressure. More here!
- Large In-vessel Composting Systems: What are They and How Do They Work?
Large scale in-vessel composting, in an accelerated method of composting which makes high quality compost through the use of enclosed "reactors" that closely monitor temperature and oxygen levels throughout the biodegradation of organic materials, is popular.
- Energy From Waste by Incineration: Why a Modern Incinerator is Not a Health Risk
Concerns about pollution and particularly the discharge of trace amounts of dangerous substances into the area around an incinerator are unfounded where strong regulatory bodies exist.
- Windrow Composting
Windrow composting is a way of commercial composting, generating compost by piling organic matter into extended rows or elongated pyramid-like piles. The piles are turned over by large machinery to preserve even levels of heat, humidity, and oxygen content.
- Commercial Composting
Commercial composting is the composting which carried out principally as a method of waste disposal which diverts this organic waste away from landfill.
- Incineration Plant Facts
A waste incineration plant is an important facility for public health as it involves protecting the environment. Unless waste materials are properly disposed, they may be a serious hazard to the community.