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ARF Waste-to-Energy Group Reports

ARF Waste-To-Energy Group Reports:

Beneficial Reuse of Waste-to-Energy Ash

Published 2014.
Beneficial Reuse of Waste-to-Energy Ash.
Beneficial Reuse of ash from WTE facilities should be researched, including physical characteristics, regulatory issues, separation of bottom ash and fly ash and treatment ...

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Enhance the Benefits & Reduce the Costs of WTE Facilities

Published 2013
Opportunities to Enhance the Benefits and Reduce the Costs of Waste-to-Energy Facilities

This report - developed by the SWANA Applied Research Foundation's (ARF) Waste-to-Energy (WTE) Group - presents a series of case ...

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Economic Benefits of Waste-to-Energy: Jobs Creation

In Fiscal Year (FY) 2011, the SWANA Applied Research Foundation’s (ARF) Waste-to-Energy (WTE) Group identified the issue of documenting the economic development benefits that WTE systems provide to their communities in comparison to those which ...

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The Economic Development Benefits of Waste-to-Energy Systems

The long-term availability of a cost-effective, reliable and sustainable solid waste management system is an important component of the infrastructure needed by a local community to spur economic development. The economic development benefits to ...

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The Landfill Disposal Rates of Waste-to-Energy Communities

In Fiscal Year (FY) 2010, the SWANA Applied Research Foundation’s (ARF) Waste-to-Energy (WTE) Group identified the issue of documenting the landfill disposal rates of communities with waste-to-energy systems for comparison with other solid waste ...

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Waste-to-Energy as a Green Solid Waste Management Option

The SWANA Applied Research Foundation’s (ARF) Waste-to-Energy (WTE) Group identified the issue of the perception and inclusion of WTE as a “green” solid waste management hierarchy as one of high importance to the group. Using the word “green” as an ...

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Waste-To-Energy and the Solid Waste Management Hierarchy

The SWANA Applied Research Foundation’s (ARF) Waste-to-Energy (WTE) Group identified the issue of the waste-to-energy’s ranking in the solid waste management hierarchy as one of high importance to the group. The purpose of the solid waste management ...

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Comparison of Emissions From WTE and Coal-Fired Power Plants

Instead of being landfilled, MSW that is not recycled can be used as a power plant fuel to generate electricity. Burning MSW in a WTE power plant can enable a community to reduce the use of a fossil fuel, such as coal, to generate electricity. Using ...

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Comparison of Air Emissions From WTE and Fossil-Fueled Power

The one topic that seemed to have the best potential for being useful to persons in the industry would be the comparison of emissions from a modern WTE facility to those from the three most common sources of fuel for energy generation: coal, oil, ...

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