Generation of Electricity Using Municipal Solid Waste Management
Keywords:Waste-to-energy, Electricity generation, Municipal solid waste management
Waste-to-energy (WTE) is a significant renewable energy product for meeting the need for electricity energy while also lowering the size of municipal solid waste landfills. Garbage-to-energy has emerged as a promising solution for addressing current challenges thanks to the usage of municipal solid waste. MSW is a feasible source of energy for generating electricity and reducing land use, as well as for future development. Advanced MSW management technology with the added benefit of collecting energy from solid waste is a viable option for managing the country's waste disposal issues. The purpose of this study is to assess the power generated from municipal solid waste MSW, to present a circuit diagram, and to explore emission control concepts.
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