The book presents the state-of-the-art document describing the knowledge, data, cost-effectiveness and technologies employed to m...
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The book presents the state-of-the-art document describing the knowledge, data, cost-effectiveness and technologies employed to manage the waste in several countries such as Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, Jordon, Syria, Palestine, Lebanon, and Yemen. It covers diverse topics including the status of the waste in the region, solid waste management, solid waste recovery and disposal, the use of the agricultural waste in feeding poultry, sludge disposal and management, wastewater treatment and energy production. Also, the book explains how waste management systems are becoming more complex in many countries with the move from landfill-based to resource recovery-based solutions following the setting of international and national targets to divert waste from landfill and to increase recycling and recovery rates. Besides, this book also evaluates the environmental legislation in the selected countries and suggests new performance enhancements. This book is of interest to environmental professionals including scientists and policymakers in the Middle East, North Africa, and areas with similar features. Contenu Solid wastes management in Jordan.- Solid wastes management in Tunisia.- Renewable energy is an essential step in the pursuit of a clean environment.- Solid waste management in Lebanon: Realities, constraints and prospects.- Waste management in Morocco.- Low Cost-Thermal disposal of solid waste with sludge in one unit: Multi combustion of soil waste with polluted sludge by fuel BraM in stationary bed combustion (SWSF) DN 400.- Reducing methane emissions from municipal solid waste landfills by mechanical biological treatment (MBT) (Case Study Wady Alhaddeh plant In Tartous, Syria).- Sludge disposal/Management.- Solid waste management in Yemen.- Future challenges for the solid waste management sector in Palestine.- Waste management in latakia City under war situation.- Waste to energy from a regional perspective.- *Concentrated Solar Power plant using linear Fresnel mirrors, concrete storage and Organic Ranking Cycle genset.- *Wastewater Treatment and Energy Production using Duckweed.- Conclusions and Recommendations.