Renewable Energy From Solid Wastes

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The Significance of the study
The process involved
Economic Factors

Paper Outline

The Significance of the study
The process involved
Economic Factors

Solid Waste Management in Oman

Renewable Energy from Solid Wastes in Oman
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Solid Waste Management in Oman


Renewable Energy from Solid Wastes in Oman
Solid waste management has become a major environmental concern in most parts of the
world. Both urbanization and rapid economic growth have led to a massive generation of solid
wastes (Qazi et al., 2018). Similar challenges are being experienced in the Sultanate of Oman
thanks to high waste generation coupled with lack of collection, treatment facilities, and disposal
sites. In 2012 alone, the country produced 1.6 million tons of solid waste, translating to a daily
1.5 kg per capita waste generation (Salman, 2018). It is estimated that waste generation in Oman
will increase to 1.89 million tons by 2030 should urgent corrective measures fail to be taken. The
lack of enough recycling plans and dumping of wastes in landfills further aggravate the situation.
Nevertheless, solid wastes in this country have high percentages of recyclables (26%
paper, 11% metals, 5% glass and another 12% plastics) and the state has notably taken this
opportunity to better its waste management plans (Salman, 2018). The government has shifted its
focus from waste disposal to more sustainable and viable techniques to efficiently and reliably
manage solid waste. It has given more emphasis on projects that would help recover energy from
these materials. Such methods as adopted by the government include waste to energy to water
project, mechanical, biological treatment project and biogas projects.
This study focuses on techniques that could be used to harness renewable energy
produced by solid wast...

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