Experimental Analysis of the Aerobic stabilization Efficiency of an existing MBT plant
© European Compost Network ECN e.V. (6/2012)
The management of the Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) has been strongly improved by the last Waste FrameworkDirective 2008/98/CE, by increasing the amount of waste materials that have to be reutilized, prepared for reutilizationand/or recycled. In any case, even if these goals will be achieved, a large amount of residual MSW from the SourceSegregated collection (SS) will need to be properly managed.Incineration is a quite suitable way for managing these materials even if it is costly and not homogenously spread in thedifferent European Areas. Further Authors: A. Sordi - LAR - Dipartimento di Ingegneria Industriale C. Micale - LAR - Dipartimento di Ingegneria Industriale G. Cirulli - LAR - Dipartimento di Ingegneria Industriale

ECN-QAS -European approach for quality assurance of compost and digestate
© European Compost Network ECN e.V. (6/2012)
This presentation presents the concept of the European quality assurance scheme for organic resources in respect to quality criteria for compost and digestate.

How compatible are compostable bags with major industrial composting and digestion technologies?
© European Compost Network ECN e.V. (6/2012)
Industrial composting has widely implemented across in Germany for over 20 years. During the last decade and driven by legislation, the separate collection of organic waste has grown more and more popular. As a result, a broad variety of technologies of industrial composting and anaerobic digestion are in place. According to the Bundesgütegemeinschaft Kompost’s (BGK; the German Quality Assurance Association for Compost) classification scheme, there are eight major types of process, so-called ‘Hygiene-Baumusterkategorien’, which differ a lot with regard to their technical components and composting/digestion times.

The experiences of waste collecting company with motivation of residents and municipalities for sorting
© NMC Ltd. (10/2011)
Abstract and Power Point Presentation

Waste Management in Urban Areas: Climate Protection and Material recovery
© Eigenbeiträge der Autoren (6/2011)
PowerPoint presentation with 30 slides

Out of sight, out of mind
© ATEC Business Information GmbH (5/2011)
WASTE DISPOSAL Underground waste collection is becoming increasingly popular. The system is also suitable for other recyclable materials such as glass or packaging.

Stop-and-go collecting waste
© ATEC Business Information GmbH (5/2011)
WASTE COLLECTION VEHICLES Hybrid solutions promise numerous advantages for the waste disposal industry, but this technology is also meeting with some scepticism.

Municipal Solid Waste sorting and treatment in Romania: strategies of energy recovery from two pilot case studies
© Wasteconsult International (5/2011)
In the past decade, one of the main topics analyzed in the waste management area is how to dispose of the large quantities of municipal solid waste (MSW).

Economical and environmental comparison of different collection and treatment of municipal solid waste according to life cycle assessment
© NMC Ltd. (10/2010)
In the beginning of 21th century there was a huge dynamic change in the practice of the solid waste management. Earlier the collected solid municipal waste went directly to the landfills without any treatment. Nowadays, we have different technologies to ensure the high recycling ratio in the solid waste treatment.

Sensor based sorting: A key technology for sustainable waste management
© Wasteconsult International (6/2010)
Waste is a heterogeneous mixture of materials often containing reusable or recyclable materials. In accordance with the hierarchy of the EU requirements “Prevention - Preparing for reuse – Recycling - Other Recovery – Disposal of Waste”, waste processing and recycling additionally fulfills the duty to protect the environment and to preserve primary resources. In order to meet the demands of increasing recycling rates and the quality of recycled waste materials sensor based sorting is playing an important and increasing role in waste processing techniques.

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