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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

This report was developed by the SWANA Applied Research Foundation's (ARF) Waste-to-Energy (WTE) Group in Fiscal Year 2013. The report presents a series of case studies of successful, client-generated innovations that resulted in reduced costs ...

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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 landfill disposal rates in communities with waste-to-energy (WTE) systems for comparison with other solid waste systems as highly ...

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

This report presents scientific data supporting the classification of WTE as a “green” option when compared to disposing of waste in landfills and relying on the combustion of fossil fuels. The SWANA Applied Research Foundation’s (ARF) ...

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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 waste-to-energy’s ranking in the solid waste management hierarchy as highly important. The group felt that a position paper would explain the role WTE can play in ...

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Comparison of Emissions From WTE and Coal-Fired Power Plants

The SWANA Applied Research Foundation’s Year 4 (FY2005) Waste-to-Energy (WTE) Group identified comparing emissions from WTE facilities to conventional fossil fuel power plants as highly important.

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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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*NEW* ARF Report: Fire Prevention and Control at Waste-to-Energy Facilities

Fire Prevention and Control at Waste-to-Energy Facilities

In this important new report, SWANA analyzes factors contributing to fires in Waste-to-Energy (WTE) facilities. The report also makes recommendations to improve fire protection in WTE facilities.

The full report is published only to SWANA ARF subscribers until September 2020. SWANA members receive free access to ARF industry reports one year after publication.