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<p>PRESENTATION NAME</p> <p>WASTE TO ENERGYBY ANAEROBIC DIGESTION OF VEGETABLE WASTE</p> <p>WASTE TO ENERGYUnder the Guidance of:Mr. S.K.Dubey(Asst. Profresser, Environmental Engineering)Department of Environmental EngineeringBy:Anand Kumar Pandey (1006497003)Jayant Khera (1006497010)Sandeep Yadav (1006497016)IntroductionEnergy generation from waste is a very good and effective alternative.Waste-to-energy technologies convert waste matter into various forms of fuel that can be used to supply energy.Waste feed stocks can include municipal solid waste (MSW); construction and demolition (C&amp;D) debris; agricultural waste, such as crop silage and livestock manure; industrial waste from coal mining, lumber mills, or other facilities; and even the gases that are naturally produced.IntroductionWaste-to-energy technologies can address two sets of environmental issues at one stroke - land use and pollution from landfills, and the well-know environmental perils of fossil fuels. However, waste-to-energy systems can be expensive and often limited in the types of waste they can use efficiently; only some can be applied economically today.</p> <p>IntroductionWaste-to-energy technologies can address two sets of environmental issues at one stroke - land use and pollution from landfills, and the well-know environmental perils of fossil fuels. However, waste-to-energy systems can be expensive and often limited in the types of waste they can use efficiently; only some can be applied economically today.</p> <p>Indian ContextIndia produces 150 million tonnes per annum of vegetable and fruit.30% of total production is waste i.e., 50 million tonnes per annum.At Chandigarh 20 tonnes per day of fruits and vegetable waste is generated.Out of which 70% to 80% is organic waste. Indian Contexthttp://internal.wasteventures.org/solid-waste-statistics-various-cities-in-indi</p> <p>7Indian Contexthttp://internal.wasteventures.org/solid-waste-statistics-various-cities-in-indi</p> <p>8Our ContextVegetable and fruit waste are being dumped and landfilled.Only 50% decomposition is there.Due to high moisture content they can be very good substrate for bioenergy recovery through anaerobic digestation.Properties of WasteS.No.ParametersValues1.pH</p>