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BLOEMFONTEIN (SÜDAFRIKA)
MACHBARKEITSSTUDIE

Funding: KfW Entwicklungsbank
KFW_logoSchedule:
2/2010-6/2011

Head of project: Infrastruktur & Umwelt (Darmstadt, Germany)
Project management: Dr. Florian Kölsch

Location: Bloemfontein (Free State, South Africa)

Idea:
In urban areas of South Africa the waste treatment level is low. Normally the waste is disposed in technically insufficient disposal sites. The situation:

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Slaughterhouse waste on the disposal sites

 

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Insufficient recycling

 

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Burning electronic scrap

 

Aim:

Possible improvements should be analysed in the feasibility study and a new waste management concept should be developed. An integral element were the analysis of waste amounts and waste composition.

 

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Waste sorting

 

Result:

The future waste management concept provides a bundle of measures, especially recycling, composting of green waste and dry fermentation of residual waste.

 

References:

 

Impressions

 

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The experts in front of a shack at a barbecue with the town council

 

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WC quarter final Germany-England in Bloem - “security forces”

 

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