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