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BTAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY TECHNOLOGY

A.B.T.S

PROJECT PROPOSAL

BIOGAS SANITATION SYSTEM
SUBMITTED BY Biogas Technologies Africa Limited (BTAL) Afienya Toll Gate, Biogas Street, House No. 001

CONSULTANTS John Afari-Idan CEO, BTAL
Chair, Biofuels Task Force of ARSCP and Member of UNIDO Biofuel Africa Project

FEB. 2013

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BIOGAS TECHNOLOGIES WEST AFRICA LIMITED, ANAEROBIC SANITATION AND CIVIL ENGINEERINGTEL: +233-302-957899/900 MOBILE: +233-244-461959 E-MAIL: info@biogasonline.com / info@btwal.com WEBSITE: www.biogasonline.com

BTAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY TECHNOLOGY

Table of Contents
ABBREVIATIONS ............................................................................................................... 3 1.0 2.0 2. 3.0 3.1 4.0 4.1 5.0 6.0 7.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ......................................................................................... 4 PROJECT OBJECTIVES ........................................................................................... 6 CONTRACT COMPLETION TIME/SCHEDULE OF WORK................................6 BIOGAS PLANT SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS ................... 7 APPURTENANCE:.....................................................................................................8 CONTRACT SUM ..................................................................................................... 9 The Direct Financial Benefits of the BTWAL waste-to-energy................................10 TERMS OF PAYMENT ........................................................................................... 13 ENVIRONMENTAL AND SANITATION BENEFITS ........................................... 14 CONCLUSION ........................................................................................................ 15

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BIOGAS TECHNOLOGIES WEST AFRICA LIMITED, ANAEROBIC SANITATION AND CIVIL ENGINEERINGTEL: +233-302-957899/900 MOBILE: +233-244-461959 E-MAIL: info@biogasonline.com / info@btwal.com WEBSITE: www.biogasonline.com

BTAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY TECHNOLOGY

ABBREVIATIONS
ADS B.T.W.A.L. B3 BOD E.P.A EST L.P.G. WCs WTE ANAEROBIC DIGESTION SYSTEMS BIOGAS TECHNOLOGIES WEST AFRICA LIMITED PATHOLOGICAL ORGANIC HUMAN / ANIMAL TISSUE BIOLOGICAL OXYGEN DEMAND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES LIQUIFIED PETROLEUM GAS WATER CLOSETS WASTE-TO-ENERGY

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BIOGAS TECHNOLOGIES WEST AFRICA LIMITED, ANAEROBIC SANITATION AND CIVIL ENGINEERINGTEL: +233-302-957899/900 MOBILE: +233-244-461959 E-MAIL: info@biogasonline.com / info@btwal.com WEBSITE: www.biogasonline.com

BTAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY TECHNOLOGY

1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The Project aims at replicating the sustainable use of the Waste-To-Energy Plant (WEP) at the Premises of ABTS. Implementation of the project will provide a sustainable treatment of Health Care Waste, Sewage and Degradable Municipal Solid Waste in the Institution’s premises. The project is also aimed at solving the environmental and public health-related risk associated with the waste management while providing a direct financial benefit that will contribute to improving costeffectiveness in running the Institution. In Ghana today, the WTE plant designed and built by Biogas Technologies Africa Limited (BTAL/WTE), Accra are installed and operating in education, industrial, and health-care institutions as well as hotel facilities. For instance the Valley View University of The Seventh Day Adventist Church in Ghana operates a waste-to-energy plant that produces about 10 percent of the total LPG needs of the University for cooking. Find below in Fig.1: A Biogas Stove being used for cooking at the Valley View University. The Central University College (CUC) have installed the plant in their new site in Prampram to avoid the enormous cost burden of cesspit emptying and environmental hazards that are normally associated with septic tank facilities. Find below in Fig.2: a 300 cubic meter BTWAL waste-toenergy plant currently operating in CUC....
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