Sustainable Energy from Household waste

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2022
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Waste Management and Power Shortage are two of the major problems in Bangladesh. As a largely populated country, around 25,000 tons of solid waste per day in the urban areas is produced. But the system to manage the huge waste in our country is not up to the mark. As a result, the dumped garbage affects the environment critically. On the other hand, the gap between the demand and production of electricity is increasing as well. This project portrays a solution to both of the problems. Biodegradable garbage, such as kitchen waste and food waste collected from our country’s current buildings and dwellings can be used as the primary raw material for generating biogas. The biogas then can be used to produce electricity. Many characteristics must be addressed while converting kitchen waste to gas. In our project, we will build a system to produce gas from kitchen waste, and a system to monitor gas production. The monitoring system ensures that the gas production stays at the highest rate. It monitors the gas production, temperature, and humidity while the gas is being produced.
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Electrical and Computer Engineering
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North South University
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