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Pollution Control and Resource Recovery by Zhao Youcai

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Preface

Incineration technology has become predominant for pollution control and resource reuse of municipal solid wastes (also namely as refuse, garbage, municipal solid waste (MSW), domestic waste, etc.) in developed countries and many developing nations. Currently, China has over 500 incineration plants with a scale of 1000 to 9000 t/d each plant. As a by-product, around 25–30% bottom ash and 1.5–3% fly ash of those incinerated will be generated in these incineration plants. The huge quantity of bottom and fly ashes has become a great challenge for the development of incineration technology.

Bottom ash (BA, or MSWI BA) contains mainly inert components such as glass, synthetic ceramics, metals, silicates, phosphates, sulfates or carbonates, ...

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