Table of content1.
Executive summary 4a.
Global and national trends 4b.
Legal issues 4c.
Sludge drying 5d.
Sludge gasification from waste management prospective 5e.
Emissions reduction opportunities 5f.
Conclusions and recommendations 52.
Sludge gasification from waste management prospective 7a.
Waste treatment rather than power production 7b.
BOO\BOT\BAT related implications 7c.
Risk management 84.
Current global and national trends in wastewater sludge management 9a.
Sludge treatment in Israel 10b.
Permits and legislation 12a.
Waste to Energy, system requirements : EU directive 2000/76 12b.
The Almog committee 126.
CDM- Clean Development Mechanism, DNA- Designated National Authority 13 a.
CDM-clean development mechanism 13b.
DNA- Designated National Authority 13c.
Approval Process for a CDM Project 14
General advantages of sludge gasification 158.
General disadvantages of sludge gasification in 169.
Sludge Drying 17a.
Possible collaboration with sludge drying companies 17b.
Sludge drying equipment companies, and technologies 18i.
Komline-Sanderson, paddle dryer 18ii.
Andritz, drum drier 18iii.
STC, belt drier 18iv.
Huber LTD. Solar Drying 1910.
Prior research and experiments in gasification of sewage sludge20 a.
Bureau of Sewerage, Tokyo Metropolitan Government, 2005
Tokyo Gas and Takuma Co., Ltd. (“Takuma”
), 2007 20 c.
Max West 23d.
Gasification In India 25e.
Sludge Gasification In India 26