Corsi di Laurea Corsi di Laurea Magistrale Corsi di Laurea Magistrale
a Ciclo Unico
Scuola di Ingegneria
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
Insegnamento
WASTE MANAGEMENT IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES / GESTIONE DEI RIFIUTI NEI PAESI IN VIA DI SVILUPPO
IN01122554, A.A. 2017/18

Informazioni valide per gli studenti immatricolati nell'A.A. 2017/18

Principali informazioni sull'insegnamento
Corso di studio Corso di laurea magistrale in
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
IN1825, ordinamento 2010/11, A.A. 2017/18
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Curriculum SOIL, WATER AND ENVIRONMENT [001PD]
Crediti formativi 6.0
Tipo di valutazione Voto
Denominazione inglese WASTE MANAGEMENT IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Dipartimento di riferimento Dipartimento di Ingegneria Civile, Edile e Ambientale (ICEA)
Sito E-Learning https://elearning.unipd.it/dicea/course/view.php?idnumber=2017-IN1825-001PD-2017-IN01122554-N0
Obbligo di frequenza No
Lingua di erogazione INGLESE
Sede PADOVA
Corso singolo È possibile iscriversi all'insegnamento come corso singolo
Corso a libera scelta È possibile utilizzare l'insegnamento come corso a libera scelta

Docenti
Responsabile WERNER BIDLINGMAIER

Dettaglio crediti formativi
Tipologia Ambito Disciplinare Settore Scientifico-Disciplinare Crediti
CARATTERIZZANTE Ingegneria per l'ambiente e territorio ICAR/03 6.0

Modalità di erogazione
Periodo di erogazione Secondo semestre
Anno di corso I Anno
Modalità di erogazione frontale

Organizzazione della didattica
Tipo ore Crediti Ore di
Corso
Ore Studio
Individuale
Turni
LEZIONE 6.0 48 102.0 Nessun turno

Calendario
Inizio attività didattiche 26/02/2018
Fine attività didattiche 01/06/2018

Commissioni d'esame
Nessuna commissione d'esame definita

Syllabus
Prerequisiti: Waste Management
Urban Planning
Social Urban Issues
Conoscenze e abilita' da acquisire: - Basic knowledge in waste management
- Fundamentals in chemistry and biology
- interest in the context of social issues and engeneering
- interest in low technologies
Modalita' di esame:
Criteri di valutazione:
Contenuti: I Introduction
00 Why a special lesson on waste management in developing countries?
∙ Context poor / rich economies
∙ Human Habitat of tomorrow
∙ What does a human being consume
01 What are developing Countries?
∙ Definitions
∙ Characteristics of waste generation in developing Countries
02 Urban Planning and waste Management
∙ Knowledge of the definition, types and indicators of urban
∙ Knowledge of good governance
∙ Knowledge of social aspects
03 Waste Problems
∙ What is Waste
∙ Potential Influences on waste Generation
∙ Missing of Infrastructure
∙ Insufficient waste collection
∙ Health issues

II General Issues
04 Implementation and Legislation
∙ Knowledge of the international legislation
∙ Knowledge of the regional specialities
∙ Knowledge of international environmental laws
∙ Capability of decision making, what expert must be involved
05 Waste: Basic data
∙ Knowledge of basic data e.g. specific amount, composition, density
∙ Elements of waste generation

III Waste Management Concepts
06 Integrated Waste management Concepts
∙ Capability of doing complex waste management concepts
∙ Knowledge of the parameter (technical, sozio cultural, geographically, infra structural)
∙ Knowledge of cost calculation
∙ Capability of doing a waste management concept
07 Waste Management Lampun (Example)

IV Collection & Transportation Technologies
08 Technical Solutions 1
∙ Knowledge of the collection systems
∙ Knowledge of the technologies of collection vehicles
∙ Knowledge of low technologies
09 Technical Solutions 2
∙ Capability of the design and calculation
∙ Route planning
10 Collection Accra (Example & Video)

V Recycling and Treatment Technologies
11 Recycling (Organisation and Technics)
∙ Which material can be recycled
∙ What are the hints for recycling
∙ How can recycling improved
12 Recycling with scavengers
∙ Why do we have waste pickers
∙ What are the working conditions
∙ Which Recycling potential are given by scavengers
∙ Market Access
13 Composting Basics
∙ A little Biology
∙ Components of a Composting Plant
∙ Minimum technical requirements
∙ Product Quality
∙ Plant Design
14 Handbook on open windrow composting
∙ Plant Design
∙ Quality Assurance
∙ Plant Control
15 Compost plant Lampun ( Example)
16 Biogas Plants Basics and Technics
∙ A little Biology
∙ Components of a Biogas Plant
∙ Minimum technical requirements
∙ Biogas Production and Quality
∙ Plant Design
17 Biogas Plants Examples

VI Land filling
18 Landfill Basics and Technics
∙ Theoretical Background
∙ Minimum Demand on the Design
∙ Gas Collection
∙ Leached Collection
∙ Design of a Landfill based on low technologies
19 Landfill Examples and Environmental Burden

VII Hazardous Waste & Incineration
20 Health Care Waste
∙ Definitions of hazardous Waste and Health care Waste
∙ How to handle
∙ Low cost technologies
∙ Hygienic Problems
for the use in developing countries

IX Background Problems of Waste Management
21 Water hyacinths
∙ What are the Problems and the Relation to waste Management?
∙ Some Biology
∙ Answers to the Problem
22 Sanitation
∙ What is the Relation to Waste Management?
∙ Hygienic Aspects
∙ Technical Solutions
∙ Cost Factor
∙ Urban Planing
23 Waste Management and Climate Change
∙ Contribution of Waste Management to Climate Change
∙ Technologies for Minimisation of the influence
∙ Global Aspects

24 Mechanical biological Pretreatment
∙ Eff
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