Energy recovery from domestic and agro-waste streams in Uganda: a socioeconomic assessment
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Gebrezgabher, Solomie; Amewu, Sena; Taron, Avinandan; Otoo, Miriam. 2016. Energy recovery from domestic and agro-waste streams in Uganda: a socioeconomic assessment. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute (IWMI). CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land and Ecosystems (WLE).. 52p. (Resource Recovery and Reuse Series 9) doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5337/2016.207
Permanent link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10568/76449
Internet URL: http://www.iwmi.cgiar.org/Publications/wle/rrr/resource_recovery_and_reuse-series_9.pdf
Recovering energy from waste offers dual benefits – a) improved waste management, and b) provision of reliable energy to households, institutions and commercial entities. In this report, we present a socioeconomic assessment of three energy business models (briquette manufacturing, on-site (public toilet) energy generation, and agro-waste electricity generation) based on feasibility studies carried out in the city of Kampala, Uganda. We assess the potential economic, environmental and social impacts of waste-to-energy business models taking into consideration a life cycle of emissions to provide decision makers with the overall costs and benefits of the models to society versus a business-as-usual scenario.
RESOURCE RECOVERY; WATER REUSE; ENERGY GENERATION; BUSINESS MANAGEMENT; MODELS; SOCIOECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT; ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT; ECONOMIC ANALYSIS; FUELS; FUELWOOD; AGRICULTURE; RESIDUES; TRANSPORT; BRIQUETTES; SOCIAL IMPACT; GASIFICATION; BIOGAS; GREENHOUSE GASES; METHANE; EMISSION; BENEFITS; HOUSEHOLD WASTES; ELECTRICITY GENERATION; SANITATION; EXCRETA; WASTE MANAGEMENT; WASTEWATER; FARMERS; PUBLIC HEALTH; RIVERS