|Waste to Energy Study|
The waste-to-energy (WTE) market study will identify the type of WTE systems that would be best suited for the quantity and content of the combined Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), yard waste and municipal raw sewage generated by the City of Omaha.
The scope is expected to include an evaluation of WTE systems that are
The technical consultant will be asked to identify a range of opportunities and then evaluate them against the following set of criteria:
The selected systems will be described in detail, including a discussion of each of the above criteria. The final report to the City of Omaha will recommend three systems for detailed feasibility analysis.
Status: In Progress
HDR was the consultant selected by the City to complete the study. As of May 23rd, 2012, a Waste Characterization, Technology Selection & Screening, Technology Features & Distribution, Facility Cost Evaluation, Financing, Siting and Impact Analysis, and a BCA have all been completed. The entire project should be completed by the end of May with the consultant making a final presentation to City staff the first week in June.
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