Why Waste-to-Energy has Become Important? - #MandSCombustion can help those in the emerging markets become greener and more energy efficient.
Waste-to-energy, also called bioenergy, has been used in Europe, east Asia and the United States for decades to destroy garbage that would otherwise go to landfill. The trash is burned as feedstock at high temperatures to create fuel, gas or steam that drives a turbine and churns out electricity.
Waste-to-energy projects not only make municipal bodies a self-sustained set-up, but also take them to a different level in terms of mitigating climate change.
Energy at waste-to-energy plants and in some cases landfills is produced by garbage, also known as MSW (Municipal Solid Waste) which comprises of biomass from agricultural, animal or plant waste such as wastes by grass, wood, paper, leaves and leather products among others.
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