University : University of Technology
Tutor(s) : Abbas Greiza / Shamael Al-Dabbagh
Biomass Energy plant and recycling lines
On an area of 120,000 Square meters, a negative to positive conversion centre with a multitask capacity that never ceases to embrace the human factor is designed. A plant that uses biomass gasification as an eco-friendly gas generating efficient process leading to produce electricity in its final step; the main reason to neighbour Baghdad Gas Electricity Plant. The whole system adheres to low emission levels, that are directed to the vertical farms that are located in the higher parts of the plant; this is part of the holistic cycle of the process that supports the goals of this site. The location is (in sight in mind) oriented.
Main Process: This mixed Municipal Solid waste goes to the Main Sorting Plant to separate the recyclable materials from the biomass waste, the latter goes to the gasifier to then produce Syngases that are linked to the neighbouring gas electricity plant. Whereas, the recyclable materials go to the recycling lines that consume less than 0.002% of the plant’s power.