Waste Management/ Advanced Waste Management
Major Project report
Students must submit two reports. Each report must include the following aspects:
Report 1 (due in week 7):
1.1 Selection of the site and collection of type and quantities of solidwaste data (20%)
Students must select a 10 ha (315 m x 315 m) area of an urban area within Australia. Selected site must include some commercial and institutional areas.
Number of residential and commercial properties.
Estimate the quantity of waste generated from these houses.
The estimated quantity of waste must include all three categories, namely, MSW, C&I and C&D. You may use the per capita generation data given in the literature to estimate the waste generated. For calculating the total waste, you must use the entire population within your urban centre. All references must be clearly quoted in the report.
1.2 Design number of bins, collection frequency, collection route, number of trucks and their size (20%)
Identify the source separation required (number of bins required) for MSW.
Estimate the quantities for each type of MSW that is generated.
Design the collection frequency and route, and number and size of trucks.
Report 2: (due in Week 14)
2.1 Outline resource recovery options and present design details of required solid waste processing facility (20%).
Identify the processing required for each of the waste types.
Design the processing centre.
Identify the resources that can be recovered, annually.
2.2 Identified alternative disposal options and designed the selected disposal option (20%)
Identify the appropriate disposal options.
Design the selected disposal option.
2.3 Evaluate all the resources recovery and disposal options using triple bottom line approach (10%)
Evaluate all the resources recovery and disposal options using triple bottom line approach.
Identify and quantify the likely amounts of hazardous waste that may be generated from households.
Provide a succinct summary of all the data that was collected and analysed.
Develop a thought provoking conclusions and recommendations section.
2.4 Structure of the report (10%)
Report is prepared as a proper Engineering report with introduction and conclusions and automatic numbering of headings, subheadings, figures, tables and equations.
Harvard style referencing including in-text referencing.
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