Solid Waste to Energy
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DAW Group’s efficient front-end waste to energy equipment for fuel preparation and materials recovery can be paired with any waste converter technology. We provide the most proficient design and layout to ensure you are able to meet your business goals.
Waste to energy plants account for a relatively small portion of the total Sri Lanka. WTE power plants convert the combustible content of municipal solid waste (MSW) to energy. MSW contains biomass materials like paper, cardboard, food waste, grass clippings, leaves, wood, and leather products, as well as non-biogenic materials such as plastics, Fabric and petroleum-based synthetic materials.
WTE plants are primarily intended as a MSW management option, with electricity generation a secondary benefit. Burning MSW reduces the volume of waste by about 90%. The remainder is ash from air pollutant emissions control systems, ash from the combustive material, and noncombustible materials.
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Fully automated paralyzing waste-to-energy facility is a cornerstone of most modern waste management systems. A waste-to-energy facility may generate a range of energy outputs: electricity, direct heating, steam for industrial processes, desalinated seawater. In this way, residual waste – i.e. waste that cannot be recycled in an economic or environmentally beneficial way – can become a resource by turning it into energy for the benefit of people, businesses, countries and the environment.
A waste-to-energy facility can therefore be a valuable local source of secure, stable and climate-friendly energy. It will substitute fossil fuels and contribute to national energy self-sufficiency and will in many cases fully eliminate the need for land filling.