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          Waste Incineration Power Plant

          Residual Waste Incineration Power Plant 60MW Mechanical Biological Exhaust Gas Treatment

          Product Details:

          Place of Origin:

          CHINA

          Brand Name:

          KANGWEI

          Certification:

          IEC EU92/2010


          Payment & Shipping Terms:

          Minimum Order Quantity:

          1SET

          Price:

          NEGOTIATED

          Packaging Details:

          container

          Delivery Time:

          depend on the scale of project

          Payment Terms:

          Irrevocable L/C at sight

          Supply Ability:

          depend on the designing capacity

           Residual Waste Incineration Power Plant 60MW Mechanical Biological Exhaust Gas Treatment

          1. Solid Waste Introduction

          Residual Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) is waste that is household or household like. It comprises household waste collected by local authorities, some commercial and industrial wastes e.g. from offices, schools, shops etc that may be collected by the local authority or a commercial company. Legislation limits (by implication1) the amount of mixed MSW that can be sent to landfill

          2. Incineration :

          Newer technology entrants delivering residual MSW treatment can be split into three main categories:

          Mechanical and Biological Treatment (MBT)

          Mechanical Heat Treatment (MHT)

          Advanced Thermal Treatment (ATT) – principally gasification and pyrolysis

          In addition to these, incineration offers a further option for the treatment of residual MSW and is an already proven and bankable technology in the UK

          3. Advantages

          Energy recovered from waste can be used in the following ways:

          3.1 Generation of Power (electricity),from 10mw to 60MW.

          3.2 Generation of Heat,

          3.3 Generation of Heat and Power

          3.4 Incineration providesthe best way to eliminate methane gas emissions from waste management processes. 3.5 Furthermore, energy from waste projects provides a substitute for fossil fuel combustion.