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Flare Stack Suppliers – Flares for Methane Emission Reduction

In this article, we provide a roundup of flare stack suppliers, the stacks they produce and developments in the flare stack market, with an emphasis on the landfill gas, and biogas flare stack market. These are mostly enclosed flares for methane emission reduction and use during Energy from Waste plant downtime. On This Page Flare […]

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Incineration Plant Facts

A waste incineration plant is an important facility for public health as it involves protects the environment in a number of ways. Unless the waste materials are properly disposed by the waste incinerator plant, it may be a serious hazard for the community. The main type of waste incinerator plant used around the world is […]

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What is 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. In the feedstock is green waste, or another “MSW residual waste” free organic material these facilities can produce a high quality compost used for garden and horticultural applications. In the developed nations […]

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Windrow Composting

Windrow composting is a way of generating compost by piling organic matter into extended rows or arc-like piles. The piles are turned over by large machinery to preserve even levels of heat, humidity, and oxygen content. Piles will usually range from four to eight feet tall and 14-16 feet in length. Windrow composting is a […]

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Energy From Waste by Incineration: Why a Modern Incinerator is Not a Health Risk

Making Energy-from-Waste by incineration should not still be accused of being a significant threat to the health of nearby residents. Concerns about pollution and particularly the discharge of trace amounts of dangerous substances into the area around an incinerator are unfounded wherever there are strong regulatory bodies to monitor incinerators independently. In truth, the WID, […]

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Large In-vessel Composting Systems: What are They and How Do They Work?

Progressive cities and many urban centers around the world are now installing large-scale in-vessel composting systems as part of their total MSW management. Large scale in-vessel 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. In-vessel composting […]

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