Mitigation of Methane Emissions from Sanitary Landfills and Sewage Treatment Plants

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Mitigation of Methane Emissions from Sanitary Landfills and Sewage Treatment Plants

Table of contents

Chapter one: Introduction
1.1 Background of the study
1.2 Statement of the problem
1.3 Objectives of the study
1.4 Significance of the study
Chapter two: Gas-Generating Processes in Landfill
2.1 Main Processes
2.1.1 Aerobic degradation
2.1.2 Anaerobic degradation
2.2 Landfill Gas Composition Change During the Processes
2.3 Composition of Landfill Gas
2.4 Factors Affecting Waste Generation, Composition & Landfill Gas Generation, Emission
Chapter three: Modeling Landfill Gas Generation and Emission
3.1 Classification of LFG Generation Models
3.2 Structure of LFG Generation Models
3.3 Estimation of Maximum LFG Yields
Chapter four: Developed Models and Current Estimations
4.1 General Models
4.2 Country- or Region-Specific Models
4.3 Current LFG Emission Estimates at the U.S. Level
4.4 Current LFG Emission Estimates at the Global Level
Chapter five: Calculation and Analysis
5.1 Methane Generation and Emission per ton of MSW in the U.S
5.2 Landfill Methane Generation, Recovery and Emission in Different Climate Zones
5.3 Global Methane Emissions from Landfill: 1970-2017 57
Chapter six: Conclusion and Recommendations
References

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