Price: 120.00 EUR

Editors: Karl J. Thomé-Kozmiensky, Stephanie Thiel
Published: 2015
Language: English
ISBN: 978-3-944310-22-0
Pages: 500
Format/Layout: Hardcover with coloured illustrations 

Table of Content

Policies and Strategies

Current Developments in European Waste-to-Energy
Ferdinand Kleppmann and Ella Stengler

Review of the Best Available Techniques (BAT) Reference Document (BREF) for Waste Incineration
– Current Status and Trends –
Gianluca Cusano

How to Derive BATAELs from Operational Values for the Waste Incineration BREF Revision?
– A Proposal –
Hubert de Chefdebien and Guillaume Perron-Piché

Waste-to-Energy Projects in Emerging Markets:
Lessons Learned from Realized International Projects
Alexander Stefan Rieger

Country Reports

Possibilities of Development of Municipal Waste Recycling and Incineration in Poland
Beata B. Kłopotek

Situation and Waste Management Strategy of the Czech Republic and Experience in Planning, Construction and Operation of WtE and SRF Plants
Dagmar Juchelková, Helena Raclavská, Radim Kovarík and Pavel Bartoš 59

State of Municipal Waste Management in EU Member States Depending on the Standard of Living
Oktay Tabasaran

The Roadmap of Turkey on Waste Management
Mustafa Öztürk

Markets for Solid Waste Management in Arabic Countries
Ayman Elnaas, Abdallah Nassour and Michael Nelles

Waste-to-Energy in China: Status and Prospects
Yanlong Li, Wenchao Teng, Weiyun Wang, Tianhua Yang and Rundong Li

Waste Incineration

Waste Incineration Plants – State of the Art
Trimurti Irzan, Luciano Pelloni, Thomas Vollmeier, Markus Wieduwilt, Dominique Dietschweiler, David da Silva and Martina De Giovanni

Cost Optimization through Use of Flexible Grate Systems in Combination with Modern Boiler Concepts
Jochen Poschlod and Werner Auel

Example Plants and Experiences in the Plant Construction and Operation 

Thermal Waste Treatment Plant Spittelau
– New Construction to the Existing Plant –
Christian Jonas, Philipp Krobath, Erich Pawelka, Ulrich Ponweiser and Martin Höbler

Operating Experience from the World Largest Waste Fired Circulating Fluidized Bed Reactor in Västerås
Markus Bolhàr-Nordenkampf, Tapani Nummelin, Tero Luomaharju and Jussi Viljanen

Decentralised Waste Incineration Plant R.Vandhoo in the North of the Maldives 
– Project Experience, Energy Use and First Operation Results –
Heinz Lorson and Chakir Kasdarli

Flue Gas Treatment

Flue Gas Treatment – State of the Art
Margit Löschau and Rudi Karpf

SNCR for Low NOx Emissions – Case Study of a Swedish Waste-to-Energy plant
Wolfgang Schüttenhelm and Philip Reynolds

New Developments of an Effective SNCR Control System Incorporating the NOx Mass Flow Profile
Bernd von der Heide

Simple and Effective – the Conditioned Dry Sorption Process for Flue Gas Treatment Downstream Waste Incinerators
Rüdiger Margraf

Recycling of Incineration Residues

Treatment of Bottom Ashes of Waste-to-Energy Installations
– State of the Art –
Frans Lamers

Advanced Urban Mining: A Summary of the State of the Art of Metal Recovery out of Dry Bottom Ash
René Müller, Markus Wieduwilt, Mauro Luzzatto and Antoine Brison

Survey on Synergies for Improved Ash Treatment at Several Bavarian Waste-to-Energy Plants
Karsten Wambach, Hermann Nordsieck and Wolfgang Rommel

Mechanical Biological Treatment and Solid Recovered Fuels

Mechanical-Biological Waste Treatment and Utilization of Solid Recovered Fuels – State of the Art
Wolfgang Müller and Anke Bockreis

Real-time Analysis of Solid Recovered Fuels using Sensor Technology
Peter Krämer and Sabine Flamme

Mechanical-Biological Treatment of Municipal Waste in Poland 
– Dominating Technologies and their Efficiency in Diverting Waste from Landfills –
Emilia den Boer

Change of Mechanical-Biological Waste Treatment in Austria
Josef Mitterwallner and Wilhelm Himmel

Example Plants and Experience in the Plant Construction and Operation

Mechanical-biological Stabilization Plant in Trier
– Biological Drying and Recovery of Recyclable Materials –
Maximilian-G. Monzel, Kate Hornsby and Thomas Pretz

Mechanical-Biological Treatment Plant in Hanover, Germany
– Experience in Mechanical Processing, Anaerobic Digestion and Refuse Derived Fuel Quality –
Beate Vielhaber

Production of Solid Recovered Fuels (SRF) in the ThermoTeam Plant in Retznei, Austria
– Experience, Quality and Quality Assurance of SRF –
Renato Sarc, Karl E. Lorber and Roland Pomberger

Pyrolysis and Gasification

Pyrolysis and Gasification – State of the Art
Peter Quicker

Example Plants and Experience in the Plant Construction and Operation

Shaft Furnace Type Gasification and Direct Melting System
– Technology, Input Flexibility, Operational Characteristics and Emissions –
Nobuhiro Tanigaki, Ryo Makishi and Toshimi Nagata

High-Temperature Gasifying and Direct Melting System for Energy and Material Recovery from any Type of Wastes
Masato Katafuchi, Takuya Shinagawa, Masao Abuku and Shinnosuke Nagayama 

additional articles:

Obtaining Increased Steam Production Efficiency by Applying the Balance Method at a Waste-to-Energy Facility
Christian Riber, Kristian Kahle, I. Papaeconomou, Claus Hindsgaul, Oliver Cencic and Johann Fellner

State-of-the-Art Corrosion Protection and Service Life-extending Measure for Evaporator Walls
– Using the Example of the IHKW Power Plant at Andernach –
Daniel Spálenka