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Lubeck Waste Treatment Facility



  The Lübeck Waste Treatment Facility is a mechanical biological treatment plant located near the city of Lübeck in Germany.[1] The facility treats the entire municipalities waste stream utilising a municipal waste treatment process consisting of mechanical sorting and anaerobic digestion. The facility has the ability to process up to 150,000 tpa of mixed waste.[2] This facility was constructed in 2005 at Luebeck-Niemark and utilises the Haase MBT+WAD process.[3][4]

Additional recommended knowledge

The waste treatment facility also includes a separate composting facility for green waste.

The first component of the process recovers metals and recyclable elements from the incoming waste. It also produces a refuse-derived fuel which is sent to a dedicated combustion facility to supply domesitc heat and electricity to the town of Neumünster.[5]

The system design at Lubeck has been the inspiration for three facilities planned for construction by Viridor as part of the Greater Manchester waste PFI project.[6][7]

The anaerobic digestion plant produces biogas that in turn is used to generate renewable energy in a combined heat and power module.

See also

References

  1. ^ Haase MBT with Anaerobic Digestion, www.anaerobic-digestion.com, retrieved 19.10.07
  2. ^ Waste Technology Data Centre, www.environment-agency.gov.uk/wtd, retrieved 19.10.07
  3. ^ Haase builds Lubeck MBT Plant, www.haase-energietechnik.de, retrieved 19.10.07
  4. ^ Juniper MBT Report, Annex D, www.juniper.co.uk, retrieved 19.10.07
  5. ^ Neumunster RDF CHP Facility, Page 2, www.aee.co.at, retrieved 19.10.07
  6. ^ Manchester's £330m recycling plant proposals unveiled, www.letsrecycle.com, retrieved 19.10.07
  7. ^ State of the Art Technology for Manchester, www.gmwda.gov.uk, retrieved 19.10.07
 
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