Quiz 4

# Quiz 4 - CEB 30903 Solid and hazardous waste management...

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CEB 30903 Solid and hazardous waste management Quiz 4 Question 1 For separation and collection of items, three recycling containers have been provided 10 each resident of a community. Residents separate newspapers & cardboard, plastics & glass, and aluminium & tin cans, and place these segregated materials in separate containers. The containers are emptied once per week for collection. The municipal solid waste has the following composition: The MSW generation rate is 1.732 kg/cap/day. The total numbers of houses in the community is 1200 @ 3.5 residents per house. 60% of houses are expected to participate in this program. Assuming 80% material separation rate, determine: i. The proportion of the space required for each group of materials in the collection vehicles (10 marks) NZK_Sept_2016

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Tips: 1. Extract only items that recyclable 2. Calculate total weight, separable weight (multiply the weight with material separation rate), volume 3. Combine the recyclable by group (3 groups) 4. Proportion = ratio ii.
• Fall '16
• English, Hazardous waste, Waste, Calculate generation

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