Environmental and economic assessment of transportation fuels from municipal solid waste

@inproceedings{Suresh2016EnvironmentalAE,
  title={Environmental and economic assessment of transportation fuels from municipal solid waste},
  author={Pooja Suresh},
  year={2016}
}
Municipal solid waste (MSW), comprising food waste, residential rubbish and commercial waste, has been identified as a potential feedstock for the production of alternative fuels. Conversion of MSW to fuel could displace petroleum-derived fuels to mitigate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from transportation, and also avoid the GHG emissions associated with existing waste management strategies such as landfilling. This thesis quantifies the lifecycle GHG emissions and economic feasibility of… CONTINUE READING

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