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Waste-to-Energy in Asia

Free-to-access articles until August 2019

According to a recent study, municipal solid waste in China, Thailand, Vietnam, India and Pakistan could more than double between 2015 and 2025 to 600 million tonnes. Read more about Waste-to-Energy efforts and how it impacts air, ground, and water pollution.

We've put together a collection of articles below which will be available to read for free until 31st August 2019. Feel free to share this with your peers who might be interested.

Free-to-access articles: Waste-to-Energy

Article TitleJournal Title
Factors affecting energy efficiency of waste to energy plantsEnergy Materials
CAPE-OPEN simulation of waste-to-energy technologies for urban citiesInternational Journal of Sustainable Energy
Waste-to-energy policy in ThailandEnergy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy
Waste-to-energy policy in China: A national strategy for management of domestic energy reservesEnergy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy
How can Waste Recycling and Waste Minimization be Fitted into Hong Kong’s Waste Management System?HKIE Transactions
What a Waste! A Study of Food Wastage Behavior in SingaporeJournal of Food Products Marketing
Selection of an appropriate waste-to-energy conversion technology for Dhaka City, BangladeshInternational Journal of Sustainable Engineering
Optimal balance between recycling and waste‐to‐energy programs by grey fuzzy nonlinear goal programming (I) theoryJournal of Environmental Science and Health . Part A: Environmental Science and Engineering and Toxicology

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