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Iraq's waste during 2020 is able to generate energy 22 times the current product!

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Iraq's waste during 2020 is able to generate energy 22 times the current product! Empty Iraq's waste during 2020 is able to generate energy 22 times the current product!

Post by rocky Fri 15 Oct 2021, 7:42 am


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Yes Iraq: Baghdad

Several months ago, there was talk in Iraq about the possibility of generating electricity from waste of large quantities that are produced in Iraq and are removed from municipal departments in various governorates, but significant obstacles, specifically related to the culture of Iraqis in dealing with waste, may prevent this, and today the Ministry of Planning announces An estimated 12 million tons of waste will be removed by 2020.
The Central Bureau of Statistics of the Ministry said that "more than a third of the population in Iraq is not covered by the waste collection and transportation service," noting that "this percentage amounted to 64.6% during the year 2020".
He explained that the percentage of the population served by urban waste collection services increased by 89.9%.
He added that "the amount of regular waste lifted amounted to 11.8 million tons per year, up from 10.6 million tons per year," noting that "the average amount of waste generated by each individual amounted to 1.5 kg per day."
And the statistics indicated that "the most cities served by collecting and transporting waste came in Najaf first by 100%, while the percentage of those served in Baghdad was 90.6%, and the outskirts of Baghdad reached 70.5%, and the percentage of those served in Basra governorate was 92.3%, Nineveh was 88%, Karbala was 86% and Kirkuk was 98.2%, while Salah al-Din was the least served governorate by collecting and transporting waste, with a rate of 66.1%.
 
Returning to generating energy from waste, this amount of approximately 12 million tons can generate large amounts of electricity, and compared to a previous statement by the advisor in the Ministry of Electricity, Hashem Al-Shadeedi, that “Iraq succeeded in creating the appropriate atmosphere to attract foreign and Arab investment companies in the field of waste recycling and conversion. To electric energy, using the technology of the fourth generation, which produces more than 37 megawatts per thousand tons, while the third generation, which is used in most neighboring countries, including Turkey, produces about 17 megawatts per thousand tons.
According to these calculations, 37 megawatts per thousand tons of waste means that one million tons of waste is capable of generating 37,000 megawatts, which is nearly double the energy produced by Iraq at the present time, and with the adoption of the 12 million tons of waste that Iraq produced in 2020, this means that this amount of waste is capable of generating 445,000 megawatts, which is 22 times the energy produced by Iraq.
 
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Member of the Parliamentary Energy and Oil Committee, Amjad Al-Uqabi, said in a previous statement that "some companies have submitted proposals to establish waste recycling plants in Baghdad for the production of electric power."
However, an initial exhibitor standing in front of this offer relates to the “lack of citizens’ culture” on waste segregation, as Al-Uqabi stated that “these companies decided that waste sorting should be done by the people (as is the case in developed countries),” noting that “this matter will not It succeeds, since most of the people do not have a culture of waste sorting.”
This first symptom is a strange reason that may prevent a very beneficial investment project with a double benefit, including getting rid of the accumulation of waste as well as generating electricity, as the issue of waste sorting is not a difficult issue and it is possible to train citizens on it by making metal and medical waste and other types of waste for each container in a specific color as well as It happens in the rest of the world, which is neither difficult nor impossible.
 
 
Another offer does not depend on the citizens, but it is expensive!
On the other hand, Al-Uqabi revealed that some foreign companies presented ideas to establish civilized stations inside Baghdad without sorting, and rid Iraq of accumulated waste, in addition to employing a lot of manpower, but the difference that occurred between the Ministry of Electricity and that company that wanted to establish the station Regarding the selling price of one megawatt, which he estimated at 160 dollars, and this is a very large price.”
Al-Uqabi indicated, "If the Municipality of Baghdad cooperates and pays part of this price, the process of building such a station can take place, and the topic is now under study and has economic feasibility, especially since this station is environmentally friendly, and Iraq will get rid of the sanitary landfill, so there must be A session between the Baghdad Municipality and the ministries of electricity and oil, which will supply the station with a small amount of fuel for operating purposes.
He stressed that "the feasibility lies in the calculation of the high cost incurred by the Municipality of Baghdad in raising waste per month compared to the cost of the work of this station, and that the investing company pledged to provide mechanisms to raise waste and compressors to treat it, and we will proceed with this service and strategic project if we agree with the Municipality of Baghdad on It bears half the amount of the project, and it is likely that the idea will be circulated to all governorates.”
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