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Energy recovery in the region of western Slovakia. WASTE TO ENERGY Juraj Číž , ecorec Slovensko. Content. Introduction of ecorec Current situation in MSW handling Legislative targets f or MSW recovery Potential and alternatives of future development Recommendations.

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Waste to energy juraj ecorec slovensko

Energy recovery in the region of western

Slovakia

WASTE TO ENERGY

Juraj Číž, ecorec Slovensko


Content
Content

Introduction of ecorec

Current situation in MSW handling

Legislative targets for MSW recovery

Potential and alternatives of future development

Recommendations


1 introduction of ecorec
1. Introduction of ecorec

  • ecorec produce and supplies solid recovered fuels (SRF) mostly to cement plants of Holcim Group. We operate 5 SRF production plants in 7 countries of Eastern Europe.

  • We supply 9 cement plants with annual capacity of 350 000 t of SRF

  • In Slovakia we produced 50 kt of SRF in waste pretreatment platform in city of Pezinok


Introduction of holcim plant rohoznik
Introduction of Holcim plant Rohoznik

Investments

  • Investment of 83,3 mio € in years 2003 -2005, helped to improve energy efficiency of cement production and to increase energy recovery of waste derived fuels

  • 66 % substitution of traditional fuels by waste

  • 120.000 tons of recovered waste, savings of 80.000 tons of coal

  • Decrease of CO2 emissions per ton of clinker produced by 20% compared to 1990

Capacity and thermal substitution rate

Results


2 current situation in msw handling msw statistics v eu27 200 9
2. Current situation in MSW handling MSW statistics v EU27 / 2009

Landfill

82%

Other recovery

6,4%

Recycling

2,4%

Energy recovery 9,8%

EUROSTAT


2 current situation in msw handling msw handling in bratislava trnava region
2. Current situation in MSW handling MSW handling in Bratislava & Trnava region

  • 1 MSW incinerator in Bratislava

  • 1 MBT line treating MSW - SRF

  • 1 cement plant coprocessing waste

  • 1 SRF production plant

  • 13 landfills

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    500 kt / y of MSW produced

Source : Waste management plan

2006-2010 - evaluation


Mokrý háj

Jablonica

Cerova

Rakovice

Hlohovec

Trnava

Zohor

Dubová

Pusté Sady

2010

Landfills

Energy recovery

MBT – SRF production

Senec

100 kt

capacity

Č. voda

Paka

Dolný Bar


3 legislative targets for msw recovery binding targets of the ec directives
3. Legislative targets for MSW recoveryBinding targets of the EC directives

  • Targets of Directive EC 1999/31 on landfilling – to decrease landfilling volume of biodegradable waste:

    • 75 % (-25%) from total volume until 2010

    • 50 % (-50%) from total volume until 2013

    • 35 % (-65%) from total volume until 2020

  • Targets of Waste framework directive EC 2008/98:

    • Recovery of min. 50% MSW until 2020

  • Directive 2009/28/EC on the promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources:

    • Binding national target - 14% of the energy shall be produced from renewable sources until 2020


3 legislative targets for msw recovery targets set by the waste management plan
3. Legislative targets for MSW recoveryTargets set by the Waste Management Plan

Evaluation of the targets of the Waste management plan of Slovakia for years 2006 – 2010

  • Targets related to MSW

    • Reach until 2010 40 % material recovery and 20 % energetical recovery of MSW produced in Slovakia

    • Reality in 2010: material recovery 3 %, energy recovery 9 %

    • Landfill max. 40 % of MSW in 2010 produced in Slovakia

    • Reality 2010: landfilling 82 %


4 potential and alternatives of development
4. Potential and alternatives of development

Successful waste management model for the region shall have following complementary pillars :

  • Separate collection and subsequent recycling

  • Energy recovery – efficient waste to energy (R1)

  • M(B)T – production of high calorific fraction for coprocessing in energy demanding industries (cement, power plants, ...)

  • Landfills

Potential to

  • Increase efficiency of separate collection (esp. Bio waste)

  • Build up of more 2 M(B)T lines with capacity of 140 kt

  • Ensure efficient R1 incineration in Bratislava incinerator with heat and energy production heat


4.Potential and alternatives of developmentDevelopment model for the region until 2020

680 kt

570 kt

Increase of energy recovery to 44 %

shall not limit the material recovery – 20 % and shall lead to decrease of landfilling to 30%

Total MSW recovery = 66%

30 %

490 kt

49 %

61 %

44 %

32 %

23 %

20 %

12 %

7 %

3% growth rate of MSW production


5 recommendations
5. Recommendations

In order to increase MSW recovery following recommendation shall be taken into account:

  • develop new waste management plan considering binding targets of Slovakia for waste recovery

  • investments into waste management infrastructure shall be aligned with country waste management plan

  • increase of the landfilling tax

  • utilize incineration capacities in incinerator – secure its R1 status with full energy utilization

  • utilize existing co-incineration capacities by MSW pretreatment on the MBT lines


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