Low--carbon pattern of municipal waste resourceful treatment

LIU Jianwen; YANG Ying; FU Panchao; WANG Huiming; CHEN Nan
September 2014
Clean Coal Technology;Sep2014, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p14
Academic Journal
Municipal waste resourceful treatment is the core of low-carbon eco-city construction. Through feasibility analysis of the circular economy pattern about the collaborative integration of energy - resources -environment, propose the collaborative integration of energy resources and environmental model concept of circular economy to construct low--carbon municipal facilities of urban reactors, purification, consumptive system integration. Focus on the collaborative of organic waste anaerobic and digestive system integration, the co--processing of layer--suspension of composite burning coal boiler, the collaborative of cement kiln and wastes recycling, and other key low--carbon technologies. These techniques using the concept of coordination -- integration technology, recycled the waste resource harmlessly. The project with low cost, energy saving environmental protection characteristics, had broad application prospects. These technologies will promote China's low-carbon eco-city construction and sustainable development.


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