Waste-to-Energy Business Models: Insights from a compendium of business models
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Gebrezgabher, Solomie; Krishna Rao. 2017. Waste-to-Energy Business Models: Insights from a compendium of business models. Urban Agriculture Magazine. 32:8-10.. http://www.ruaf.org/waste-energy-business-models-insights-compendium-business-models.
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Recovering energy, nutrients and water from domestic and agro-waste streams is gaining momentum as a new agenda for promoting sustainable development in developing countries as waste management strategies shift focus from a disposal-oriented approach to a business-oriented approach. The latter approach emphasises value creation and revenue generation (Murray and Buckley, 2010). As most cities in developing countries struggle with the challenge of energy security, recovering energy from different waste streams offers dual benefits – improved waste management and provision of reliable energy to households, institutions and commercial entities.
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