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IJSTR >> Volume 10 - Issue 5, May 2021 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Analysis Of Biogas Methane Quality At IRRC-WTE (Integrated Resource Recovery Center For Waste Treatment Energy) Jambi

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AUTHOR(S)

M.Syaiful,, Rusdianasari, Leila Kalsum, Endi Adriansyah, Santoso

 

KEYWORDS

IRRC-WTE, Organic Waste, Energy, Biogas, portable gas analyzer, Jambi City,

 

ABSTRACT

IRRC-WTE The main goal is to make Jambi City a pilot in managing waste problems in a modern, low cost (cheap), environmentally friendly, economically valuable for the community. WTE is a new, renewable energy that uses waste to become biogas. Organic waste that is processed comes from market waste, 1000 kg of processed waste is carried out 3 times a week, namely on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. The methane gas test was carried out five times. The first test the methane gas content was 68%, the second test decreased the methane gas content by 64%, the third test was 64%, on the fourth test the methane gas content increased by 69%, and at In the fifth test, there was a decrease in methane gas content by 66%.The highest methane gas content in IRRC-WTE Jambi City is at 69% carried out using a portable gas analyzer and the average analysis shows that at 66% the biogas content has met quality standards and is suitable for use Based on the results of the analysis, the application of WTE technology is expected to contribute greatly in solving the problem of municipal solid waste in Jambi, which can reduce dependency on the Talang Gulo Final Disposal Site, where the capacity and carrying capacity is reduced, and on the other hand electricity production is also obtained and biogas as the development of new and renewable energy in the framework of the success of sustainable development. The development of WTE made from organic market waste can be implemented well and sustainably, therefore it is necessary to make WTE in every market in the Jambi City

 

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