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Dataset for Three clean products from co-mingled waste using a novel hydrodynamic separator

Dataset for Three clean products from co-mingled waste using a novel hydrodynamic separator
Dataset for Three clean products from co-mingled waste using a novel hydrodynamic separator
Dataset supports: Blay Esteban et al (2016) Three clean products from co-mingled waste using a novel hydrodynamic separator. International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning, 11, (5), 792-803.The excel document presents the data obtained from samples taken during the feedstock trial on Wharf Road MRF and Pearce MRF. Removable contaminants are the grouping of Organics, Paper and Plastics which are elements that Aquavitrum’s sortation plant can target to be removed from the feedstock. To determine the level of contamination present in the feedstock, 10 kg of raw product were spread out onto a clean surface to the manual separation of particles into glass, metals, CSP (ceramics, stones, porcelain and pyro-ceramics), organics, papers (wood, paper and fabrics) and plastics (plastics, films and rubbers); and the latter recording of weights. This data is then directly used to create the figures.
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Blay Esteban, Luis
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Shrimpton, John
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Rogers, Paul
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Ingram, Ross
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Blay Esteban, Luis
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Shrimpton, John
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Rogers, Paul
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Ingram, Ross
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Blay Esteban, Luis, Shrimpton, John, Rogers, Paul and Ingram, Ross (2016) Dataset for Three clean products from co-mingled waste using a novel hydrodynamic separator. University of Southampton doi:10.5258/SOTON/401911 [Dataset]

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Dataset supports: Blay Esteban et al (2016) Three clean products from co-mingled waste using a novel hydrodynamic separator. International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning, 11, (5), 792-803.The excel document presents the data obtained from samples taken during the feedstock trial on Wharf Road MRF and Pearce MRF. Removable contaminants are the grouping of Organics, Paper and Plastics which are elements that Aquavitrum’s sortation plant can target to be removed from the feedstock. To determine the level of contamination present in the feedstock, 10 kg of raw product were spread out onto a clean surface to the manual separation of particles into glass, metals, CSP (ceramics, stones, porcelain and pyro-ceramics), organics, papers (wood, paper and fabrics) and plastics (plastics, films and rubbers); and the latter recording of weights. This data is then directly used to create the figures.

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Published date: 2016
Organisations: Education Hub, Aerodynamics & Flight Mechanics Group

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Local EPrints ID: 401911
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/401911
PURE UUID: b8ac81d9-8b82-45ca-99d8-c1a072f9c59c

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Date deposited: 18 Jan 2017 11:13
Last modified: 19 Jul 2017 00:56

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Creator: John Shrimpton
Creator: Paul Rogers
Creator: Ross Ingram

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