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Waste to energy

  1. 1. Waste-to-energyWhere do our waste go?
  2. 2. In our daily life
  3. 3. In our daily lifeWe do makewaste
  4. 4. In our daily lifeWe do makewaste and waste
  5. 5. And the amount is increasing
  6. 6. And the amount is increasing like this
  7. 7. If this continue,
  8. 8. If this continue,
  9. 9. If this continue,
  10. 10. If this continue, To manage our waste
  11. 11. BUT!
  12. 12. Have you ever think
  13. 13. Have you ever thinkWhere our waste go?
  14. 14. Do really ourwaste go there ?
  15. 15. of course
  16. 16. of course NOT
  17. 17. So, where are our Waste go ?
  18. 18. So, where are our Waste go ?
  19. 19. In waste management,
  20. 20. In waste management,There are several method
  21. 21. In waste management,There are several method which are
  22. 22. In waste management,There are several method which are composting
  23. 23. In waste management,There are several method which are landfill
  24. 24. In waste management,There are several method which are waste minimization
  25. 25. In waste management,There are several method which are reuse
  26. 26. In waste management,There are several method which are recycling
  27. 27. In waste management,There are several method which are and
  28. 28. In waste management,There are several method which are waste-to-energy
  29. 29. waste-to-energy
  30. 30. Well, have you heard about
  31. 31. Well, have you heard about waste-to-energy or energy-from-waste?
  32. 32. energy
  33. 33. energy
  34. 34. energy
  35. 35. energy
  36. 36. In US,
  37. 37. In US, there are 25waste-to-energy plant are operating
  38. 38. They are fuelled by26.3 million tones of
  39. 39. They are fuelled by26.3 million tones ofMunicipal Solid Waste
  40. 40. and have generating
  41. 41. and have generatingcapacity of 2700 MWof electricity
  42. 42. While
  43. 43. DenmarkWhile In
  44. 44. 27% of the waste Denmark that produced inWhile In 2004
  45. 45. Was incinerated for
  46. 46. Was incinerated for
  47. 47. Was incinerated for
  48. 48. while
  49. 49. while the remaining
  50. 50. while the remaining
  51. 51. while the remaining
  52. 52. while the remaining
  53. 53. There are a lot ofbenefits when usingwaste-to-energy
  54. 54. Such as
  55. 55. energy production
  56. 56. reduction ofgreenhousegases
  57. 57. alternative to land filling of non-recyclable wastes
  58. 58. Recycling and WTE
  59. 59. land
  60. 60. start small,
  61. 61. start small, for BIG result
  62. 62. start now,
  63. 63. start now, for better future
  64. 64. by: nurul liyana binti bahrin
  65. 65. id: 2010631034
  66. 66. class: bm111 5b
  67. 67. Reference• C.S. Psomopoulos, A. Bourka , N.J. Themelis (2008). Waste-to- energy: A review of the status and benefits in USA. Waste Management , 1718-1724.• Cioffe, N. (n.d.). Waste to Energy. Retrieved from visual.ly: http://visual.ly/waste-energy• M. Munster, H.Lund (2007). Use of waste for heat ,electricity and transport-Challenges when performing. Energy , 636-644.• Porteous, A. (1998). Energy from Waste: A Wholly Acceptable. 177- 208.

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