The present work “Security Risk of Landfill Gas” has the goal to analyze, identify and minimize risks and hazards resulting from the emergence of landfi ll gas through a comprehensive approach. The fact that accidents happen repeatedly in this area, shows the security policy defi cit and thus the relevance of this work.
The aim of the project is to evaluate the potential hazards and to analyze defensive measures. For this purpose, first the potential for harm in Austria was investigated in a first survey step. Informations of all landfills and contaminated sites with organic content > 25,000 m3 within Austria were collected and elicited whether and which buildings or critical infrastructure are located on or near the surfaces. The results were visualized by hazard maps. In a next survey step for the Federal State of Salzburg were documented not only recent landfills and contaminated sites, but also old landfills and suspected sites (possibly contaminated areas) with organic content and investigated whether and which buildings and critical infrastructure are located on or near the surfaces. The results were again visualized by hazard maps.
|Copyright:||© Lehrstuhl für Abfallverwertungstechnik und Abfallwirtschaft der Montanuniversität Leoben|
|Source:||Depotech 2014 (November 2014)|
|Autor:||Dr. Roman Prantl |
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Aerobe Stabilisierung von Deponien – Technische Lösungen und erste Ergebnisse geförderter Projekte in Deutschland
© Lehrstuhl für Abfallverwertungstechnik und Abfallwirtschaft der Montanuniversität Leoben (11/2016)
Das Umweltbundesamt schätzt, dass im Jahr 2015 – und damit 10 Jahre nach Ende der Ablagerung von Organik auf Deponien in Deutschland – immer noch über 500.000 Tonnen Methan in deutschen Deponien entstanden sind, die erfasst und behandelt werden müssen.
Comparison of MBT plants with and without upstream Anaerobic Digestion (AD) in terms of moisture Management and achievement of landfill disposal criteria
© Wasteconsult international (6/2015)
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Methanoxidation in der Deponieoberfläche
© Universität Stuttgart - ISWA (5/2015)
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Case study of an MBT producing SRF for cement kiln cocombustion, coupled with a bioreactor landfill for process residues
© Wasteconsult international (5/2015)
The research focuses on the performances of a traditional single stream MBT for SRF production suitable for co-combustion in a cement kiln. Bio-drying of the residual waste is followed by mechanical refining in order to fulfil the quality requirements by the cement kilns. The residues arising from the mechanical refining section are landfilled in a nearby bioreactor-landfill, where landfill gas is collected for electric energy recovery. A detailed mass balance of the system is presented, followed by a Life Cycle Assessment.
Landfill mining option: MBT role and landfill potential danger
© Wasteconsult international (5/2015)
The use of landfills for the disposal of municipal solid waste (MSW) has many technical and regulatory limits. An interesting solution is to recover the bales that have been previously stored in a landfill. After specific mechanical biological treatments (MBT), the contents of the bales can be used to produce a solid recovered fuel (SRF) that can be used for energy purposes. The possibility of producing SRF fuels from a landfill in northern Italy has been studied and is presented in this paper. The MSW extracted from the landfill, the bio-dried material produced by the waste hypothetically treated in a plant for bio-drying, and the SRF obtained after the extraction of inert materials, metals and glass from the bio-dried material have been characterized. Assessed the waste nature, the potential environmental impact of dioxin release from a possible landfill fire has been analysed, applying the Austal2000 model system.