Feasibility Study on Decentralised Gasifier Based Incinerator In Villupuram Municipal
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 5591-5598
AbstractWaste to energy conversion is the current tend in disposing municipal solid waste. This solve dual problem, one Is the effective disposal of solid waste with safe norms of pollution control board and another one is to generate substantial amount of power either in the form of thermal or electrical. Total disposal of solid waste in the villupuram district amounts to 150 TPD. As per the pollution control board there are five category of waste such as Municipal solid waste, Bio medical waste,E-waste,Hazourdous waste and plastic waste. In villupuram district the current practice of handling the municipal waste is to collect, dump and compost the waste to form it as manure. This is the time consuming process which will delay in disposal and wastes that are accumulated over period of time. This issue is taken forward by this project to have a communal based incinerator using gasification which is appended by the RDF (Refused derived fuel) production and effective Tar management. In addition to it bio degradable waste can be converted into natural fertilizer with the aid of the residual heat emanated. As per the guidelines of NITI Ayog and National Green tribunal, This project combines both suggestions. One is to decentralizing waste management and having separate compartment for the composting of degradable waste.
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