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1. Introduction
1.1. Objectives
1.2. Method
2. An Overview on Municipality Solid Waste Management (MSWM)
2.1. Definitions
2.1.1. Solid waste
2.1.2. Municipal solid waste
2.2. Solid waste management
2.2.1. Waste generation
Figure 2-2: Material flow and waste generation in society
2.2.2. Waste handling and separation, storage and processing at the source
2.2.3. Collection
2.2.4. Separation and processing and transformation of solid waste
2.2.5. Transfer and transport
2.2.6. Disposal
2.3. Hierarchy of Waste Management
Figure 2-3: Hierarchy of waste management
2.3.1. Source reduction
2.3.2. Recycling
2.3.3. Waste transformation
2.3.4. Landfilling
2.4. Types and Properties of Municipal Solid Waste
2.4.1. Types & Sources
2.4.2. Properties
2.4.3. Hazardous Waste
3. Functions of Municipality Solid Waste Management
3.1. Waste generation
3.2. Waste handling, separation, storage, and processing at the source
3.3. Collection of solid waste
3.3.1. Collection of un-separated waste
3.3.2. Collection of separated waste at the source
3.3.3. Types of collection
3.4. Separation and processing and transformation of solid waste
3.4.1. Waste separation Unit operation in the waste centers MRFs development
3.4.2. Waste transformation
Transformation processes used for the management of solid waste Chemical process
Figure 3-1: Schematic of a typical waste combustion plant Biological transformation
Some advantages and disadvantages of Anaerobic process
Figure 3-2: Schematic of typical process in composting
Reasonable and preferred condition for composting
Different characters between composting and anaerobic digestion
3.5. Transfer and transport
3.6. Disposal
3.6.1. Overview of landfill design Landfill design and layout Landfill operation and management Environmental monitoring Safety
4. Overview on solid waste management in Borås
4.1. History
4.2. Waste Generation
Figure 4-1: The amount of waste received by Sobacken in Borås
Amount of waste generation and their properties in 2006 in Borås
4.3. Waste separation at source and collection
Figure 4-5: A recycling center in Borås
4.4. Material Recovery/Transfer Facilities (MR/TF) in Borås
Figure 4-6: View of Sobacken
Figure 4-7: Schematic of material flow between Sobacken and society
4.4.1. Waste transfer and handling in Sobacken
Figure 4-8: Optic sorting
4.4.2. Biological treatment in Sobacken
Figure 4-9: Biogas production in Sobacken
Figure 4-10: Schematic of process of biogas production in Sobacken
4.4.3. To prepare Refuse Derived Fuel; the RDF
Figure 4-13: Preparing RDF in Sobacken
4.4.4. Intermediate storage of hazardous waste and some industrial wastes
4.4.5. Landfill in Sobacken
Figure 4-15: The amount of landfilling in Sobacken
Figure 4-16: The view of landfill area in Sobacken
4.5. Incineration plants in Borås
5. Important factors in MSWM
5.1. People and Inhabitants
5.2. Environment and sustainable development
5.3. Business
5.4. Other factors
6. Conclusion
6.1. Borås system evaluation
6.2. Future research
Appendix A: List of questions in the interview with Linda Ternström
Appendix B: List of questions in the interview with Hans Skoglund
Appendix B: List of questions in email communication with Anna-Karin Schön
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