Waste-Derived Fuels as a Renewable Energy Source (Physical-Chemical Quantity-Quality) Compared to Coal

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  • Zaherunaja
  • Eymal Bashar Demmallino
  • Nazarudin
  • Andi Santi

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https://doi.org/10.59670/ml.v21i1.5197

Abstract

DKI Jakarta Province produces ±7,500 tonnes of waste per day, and this municipal waste is transported daily to the Bantargebang integrated waste management facility. The existing waste capacity of Bantargebang has reached 39 million tonnes. This waste can be used as a renewable energy source and replace the use of coal. This research aimed to see the ability of waste derived fuel to substitute coal. The data was collected through a literature review and processed using the literature review method. The literature was searched using SINTA, Google Scholar and Scopus Index. Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) can substitute coal in terms of the calorific value (CV) produced, but the water and ash content in RDF is relatively high compared to coal.

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2023-10-25

How to Cite

Zaherunaja, Eymal Bashar Demmallino, Nazarudin, & Andi Santi. (2023). Waste-Derived Fuels as a Renewable Energy Source (Physical-Chemical Quantity-Quality) Compared to Coal . Migration Letters, 21(1), 442–450. https://doi.org/10.59670/ml.v21i1.5197

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