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The new MBT in Slovenia’s capital gets ready to become one of the largest and most modern waste treatment plants in Europe. It will produce biogas, recover heat and power as well as SRF and other recyclable products while avoiding landfilling. The new facility is implemented into the existing waste management centre of Ljubljana.
Already in 2012 the Municipality of Ljubljana has awarded the contract for the new Regional Centre for Waste Management RCERO Ljubljana (Regijskega centra za ravnanjez odpadki Ljubljana) to produce biogas from organic waste with the patented STRABAG LARAN® plug-flow technology, for production of SRF and recovery of valuable materials. Since then this waste treatment and biogas plant is constructed for € 112,2 million and there by one of the largest and most modern MBT plants arises in Europe. On the one hand the project comprises the construction of replacement buildings for objects that had to be removed at the construction site near the landfill Barje. On the other hand all building permits had to be obtained so that the new turn key mechanical biological waste treatment plant (MBT) can be handed over in 2016. The integrated plant concept will enable an efficient processing of approx. 171.000 Mg/a (Phase 1).Due to intensive activities in accordance with Slovenian legislation resulting from the current European Union Directives, significant changes in quantities and waste structure are expected. Major changes are expected until 2020 when certain collection/Recycling goals need to be reached. Considering these facts, the plant will be constructed in away that the highest flexibility will be provided and all collected waste types are going to be treated also in Phase 2.
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|Source:||Waste-to-Resources 2015 (May 2015)|
|Autor:||Dipl.-Ing. Gerhard Pilz|
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