Alternative Waste Treatment Facility
Alternative Waste Treatment (AWT) encompasses a scope of various methods that enables solid waste to be processed without the emission of greenhouse gasses such as methane, into our atmosphere. Methane is a product of the decomposition of biodegradable organic matter, commonly found in landfill waste. AWT method sorts out the mixed waste and process it through either composting, anaerobic digestion and process engineered fuel manufacture.
This project explores the sustainability and practicalities of building such a facility following a sequence of processing, fermenting and maturation through the site. A continuous circulatory path enables the waste trucks to drop off the waste straight into the processing segment of the sequence.