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Inclusion of innovative technology in integrated waste management of a city : case of Bogura, Bangladesh

Bogura is the largest municipality in Bangladesh by population. Its huge population and agri-industry produces a great deal of solid, faecal and industrial waste which has been a matter of concern for the municipality. IRC started working for a solution and completed a pre-feasibility and feasibility study to find innovative technologies and an operation model. The feasibility study has produced an integrated solution of faecal sludge, municipal solid waste, agri-waste and aerosol can recycling model which also helps to reduce surface and ground water contamination. The solution integrates conventional anaerobic digestion with new torrefaction and aerosol-propellant capture technologies which treats the municipal solid waste and aerosol cans to produce biofuel and liquid petroleum gas, respectively.

TitleInclusion of innovative technology in integrated waste management of a city : case of Bogura, Bangladesh
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsDey, D., Krukkert, I.J., Osse, E.
Secondary TitleJournal of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Development
Volume10
Issue3
Pagination608-614 : 4 fig.
Date Published2020
PublisherIRC
Publication LanguageEnglish
ISBN Number2043-9083
Abstract

Bogura is the largest municipality in Bangladesh by population. Its huge population and agri-industry produces a great deal of solid, faecal and industrial waste which has been a matter of concern for the municipality. IRC started working for a solution and completed a pre-feasibility and feasibility study to find innovative technologies and an operation model. The feasibility study has produced an integrated solution of faecal sludge, municipal solid waste, agri-waste and aerosol can recycling model which also helps to reduce surface and ground water contamination. The solution integrates conventional anaerobic digestion with new torrefaction and aerosol-propellant capture technologies which treats the municipal solid waste and aerosol cans to produce biofuel and liquid petroleum gas, respectively.

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DOI10.2166/washdev.2020.046
Short TitleJournal of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Development

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