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Biowaste

Decision support tool for collection and treatment of source-sorted organic municipal solid waste

Waste management strategies focus on waste minimization and on better utilisation of the resources in the waste in all the Nordic countries. Better handling of municipal waste is in focus, as it is a significant waste fraction with many unused potentials. A tool for support of local decisions about handling of the municipal organic solid waste has been developed in order to cover the spectrum of technological solutions available today and further include the local conditions and priorities in the Nordic countries. The tool focuses on the most important environmental aspects without losing the national or global perspective. Further the tool is kept simple in order to secure that the necessary information can be provided locally.

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Nordic Council of Ministers

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In worksheet "Names & ID’s" all names for waste compositions, treatment and transportation technologies, energy sources and normalisation references are defined. The ID is used as a constant name in calculations where the technology name can be modified by the user when changing a technology. The sheet is shown in Figure 64.