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WASTES AND SEWAGE AS A SOURCE OF ELECTRICITY GENERATION

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ABSTRACT

Waste and residuals are undeniably part of the

human society. The accumulation of these materials and the “throw away”

philosophy results in many environmental and health issues and safety hazard

problems prevent sustainable development in terms of resource recovery and

recycling of waste materials. The carbon sources in the waste can be converted

to energy (electricity) using different technologies including collecting and

converting current landfill gases, wet or dry anaerobic digestion to biogas,

incineration gasification and pyrolysis.





 





 





TABLE

OF CONTENTS





Certification:…    …     …     …     …     …     …     …     …    





Dedication: …     …     …     …     …     …     …     …     …    





Acknowledgments: …  …     …     …     …     …     …     …    





Table of contents: …   …     …     …     …     …     …     …    





Abstract: …        …     …     …     …     …     …     …     …     …    





Table of contents:       …     …     …     …     …     …     …





List of tables:     …     …     …     …     …     …     …     …    





List of figures:    …     …     …     …     …     …     …     …    





CHAPTER

ONE:





1.0       

General introduction: …       …     …     …     …     …    





1.1    Scope

of study: …      …     …     …     …     …     …    





1.2    Method

of data collection: …        …     …     …     …     …    





1.3    Significance

of study: …      …     …     …     …     …    





1.4    Aims:

…     …     …     …     …     …     …     …     ….   





1.5  

Objectives: …     …    …   

…    …   

….   …    …      





 





CHAPTER

TWO:





2.0    Literature

review: …    …     …     …     …     …     …    





2.1    History

of waste as source of energy: …        …     …     …    





2.2    Types of waste used for energy overview of





        waste-energy

conversion: …        …     …     …     …     …





 2.2.1        Industrial waste: ….   ….    ….    ….    …..   …..   ….





2.2.2 Sewage

sludge:  ….    ….    ….    ….    ….    ….    ….





2.2.3 Food

waste:       ….    ….    ….    ….    ….    ….    ….   





2.2.4 Waste

heat:       ….    ….    ….    ….    ….    ….    ….





2.2.5 Agricultural

waste:      ….    ….    ….    ….    ….    ….





2.2.6 Municipal

solid waste: ….    ….    ….    ….    ….    ….   





2.3    Characteristics

and calorific values of solid waste:   ….   





2.4    Overview of waste to energy conversion:      ….    ….   





 





 





CHAPTER

THREE:





3.0    Waste

to energy conversion: …    …     …     …     …    





3.1     Factors

affecting waste that can be converted to electricity:       





3.2    Processes

of conversion: … …     …     …     …     …    





3.2.1 Physical

method:        ….    ….    ….    ….    ….    ….    …





3.2.2 Thermal

method (Incineration):    ….    ….    ….    ….





3.2.3 Gasification:       ….    ….    ….    ….    ….    ….    …





3.2.4 Pyrolysis:   ….    ….    ….    ….    ….    ….    ….    ….





3.2.5 Biological

method:      ….    ….    ….    ….    ….    ….





3.2.6 Fermentation:    ….    ….    ….    …..   …..   …..   ….





3.2.7 Microbial

fuel cell:       ….    …..   ….    ….    ….    …. 





3.3    How

gases produce from waste generates electricity:    





3.4    Problems

of power in Nigerian environment:  …     …    





 





CHAPTER FOUR:





4.0    Waste

to electricity technology: Comparative study





        and

application to Nigerian environment: …   …     …    





4.1    Comparative

study of the technologies: …     …     …





4.2    Applications

to Nigerian environment:   …     …     …





4.3    Waste

to energy plants/industry:  …     …     …     …





4.4    Effectiveness/reliability

of the processes:       …     …     …

     





4.5    Waste as dependable source of electricity

generation





(using Europe as case study):      …     …     …     …





CHAPTER

FIVE:





5.0    Summary:…       …     …     …     …     …    

…    …    





5.1    Conclusion:

…    …     …     …     …     …     …     …    





5.2    Recommendation:

…   …     …     …     …     …     …    





        References:

…    …     …     …     …     …     …     …     

WASTES AND SEWAGE AS A SOURCE OF ELECTRICITY GENERATION

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    No of Pages 96 Pages
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