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Material Recovery Facility Design Manual

By: Peer

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Published: 4th January 1993
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"Material Recovery Facility Design Manual" is a comprehensive guide to the technical and economic aspects of material recovery facility (MRF) equipment and methods for separating and handling separable of source-separated recyclables in a typical municipal solid waste stream. For each individual constituent of the solid waste stream, alternative approaches are identified for separation and recovery. For each piece of equipment, the book covers design, theory of operation, sizing and equipment needs, for example shredders and balers. Descriptions in the book address limitations on material in the feed to the equipment, area requirements, building requirements, possible siting and permitting requirements, industrial health concerns, and the level of operator experience and training needed for proper operation. Economic factors discussed include purchase price, utility requirements, maintenance costs, labour costs, auxilliary equipment purchase needs, sizing, space requirements, redundancy requirements, and all aspects necessary for the development of performance and equipment specifications.

Introductionp. 1-1
Specific Approaches to Materials Recoveryp. 2-1
Introductionp. 2-1
Concept Descriptionp. 2-1
Basic MRFp. 2-2
Variations from the Basic MRFp. 2-5
Technicalp. 2-6
Waste Characterizationp. 2-6
Mass Balancep. 2-8
Technology Considerations for a Basic MRFp. 2-10
Finished Product Specificationsp. 2-10
Flow Chart and Mass Balance - Low Technologyp. 2-16
Flow Chart and Mass Balance - High Technology - Paper Linep. 2-16
Flow Chart and Mass Balance - High Technology - Commingled Container Linep. 2-21
Flow Charts/General Commentp. 2-27
Material Densitiesp. 2-27
Fixed Equipmentp. 2-29
Rolling Equipmentp. 2-62
Human Factorsp. 2-64
Acceptable Wastep. 2-71
Raw Material Storagep. 2-72
Product Storagep. 2-74
Buildingp. 2-74
MRF Managementp. 2-75
Organizationp. 2-75
Operating Schedulesp. 2-75
Job Descriptionsp. 2-78
Health and Safety Considerationsp. 2-80
MRF Economic Analysisp. 2-80
Introductionp. 2-80
Composition of Recyclablesp. 2-80
Capital Costsp. 2-81
Operating Costsp. 2-87
Sensitivity of Capital and Operating Costsp. 2-88
Performance Guaranteesp. 2-88
Facility Availabilityp. 2-88
Facility Capacityp. 2-90
Environmental Guaranteep. 2-93
Marketingp. 2-93
Market Concerns for Recovered Wastepaperp. 2-93
Market Concerns for Recovered Steel Containersp. 2-94
Market Concerns for Recovered Glassp. 2-97
Market Concerns for Recovered Aluminump. 2-100
General MRF Concernsp. 3-1
Siting and Permitting Concernsp. 3-1
Contracting Issuesp. 3-5
Contractual Arrangementsp. 3-5
Flow Controlp. 3-8
Appendix A - Glossaryp. A-1
Appendix B - List of Material Grades and Specificationsp. B-1
Appendix C - Examples of Maintenance Proceduresp. C-1
Bibliographyp. BB-1
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ISBN: 9780873719445
ISBN-10: 0873719441
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 176
Published: 4th January 1993
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.9  x 1.1
Weight (kg): 0.43
Edition Number: 1