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RSL-DAAD IPST-Sarbagita Suwung

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APPLICATION OF Denpasar, Bali

RSL-DAAD (G9) & TERRA-PRETTA


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SYSTEM IN INDONESIA
Cap. 100.000 M3/Year.
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Clean the city,


LFG Flow (m3/hr)

enhance the energy & food security


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By
Henky Sutanto
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BPPT-Alumni Association, Jakarta, Indonesia
UNDP-GTC.K-CU.T Advanced Training Program on WTE
Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
25-30 November 2013
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Estimated Recovery LFG Generation Actual Recovery


Existing RSL-DAAD in
IPST-Sarbagita,
City of Denpasar, Bali
(2011)
10 cell @ 5.000 m3.AS
Mind-Map of the
proposed project
RSL-DAAD (G.9)
100.000 m3/Y
input, sequester
CO2, produce RE,
compost,
biochar, cattle-
fodder, bagasse
& cane sugar.
Component of the RSL.G9 System
Demo-Plant in IPST-Sarbagita Suwung, Denpasar
• Existing 10 cells @ 5.000 m3.Air Space for the
processing of 3R-Organic Fraction of MSW
• Existing 3 Separation Line for Digestat-
processing (modification)
• Existing Suction Blower, LFG-Treatment,
Flaring and 2 units of Gas-engine @ 1 Mwe
(GE-Jenbacher GS320)
Component of the RSL.G9 System
Demo-Plant in IPST-Sarbagita Suwung, Denpasar
• Stationary LFG-Monitoring System GA-3000
• Portable LFG-Monitoring System GA-5000plus
Component of the RSL.G9 System
Demo-Plant in IPST-Sarbagita Suwung, Denpasar
• Biomass-Gasifier 2 unit @ 2,5 TPH
• ORC-Powerplant 2 unit @ 125 kWe
Component of the RSL.G9 System
Demo-Plant in IPST-Sarbagita Suwung, Denpasar
• LFG-Flowmeter 2 unit 4.000 Nm3/h.
• Leachate-Flowmeter 12 unit @ 1 m3/h.
Component of the RSL.G9 System
Demo-Plant in IPST-Sarbagita Suwung, Denpasar
• LFG-Powered OFMSW-Garbage Truck 5 unit @
6 m3
Component of the RSL.G9 System
Demo-Plant in IPST-Sarbagita Suwung, Denpasar
• 50 Ha. area Of Rain-Feed Sugar Cane
Plantation (Rent for min.3years), the Terra-
Pretta CO2-sequestration system
implementation.
Description & The Problems
of Proposed WTE Project (1)
• According to the new SW Regulation, the 1st.
Generation of MSW-Landfill Technology (Open-
Dumping system), which is applied in almost all of
550 locations of MSW-Landfill site in Indonesia, is
not allowed and it must be closed since 07th of
May 2013. Also the 2nd. Gen. (Sanitary
Landfill/Dry-Tomb System) is not suitable with
the tropical climatic and the spatial-plan
situation. An integrated system, the 9th. Tech-Gen
based on the Reusable Sanitary Landfill
Technology (sustainable wet-cell system)/RSL can
be the one of the problem solver.
Description & The Problems
of Proposed WTE Project (2)
• Since the enactment of new MSW-regulation, the
MSW Final Disposal must be adjusted into the
sustainable MSW-Final Treatment system in a fixed
location. The Application of this Final Treatment-
system (RSL.G9) can solve not only the problem of
scarcity of land for 3R-system facilities in urban area
(RSL.G7), but also produce the renewable energy and
biochar, prepare compost as a daily-cover & temporary
end-cover for RSL.G6 operation and at the same time
sequester CO2 and enhance the productivity of the
location of rain-feed agricultural plantation/biomass
energy forestry. It means, that the energy & food
security can be established in one step.
Description & The Problems
of Proposed WTE Project (3)
• IPST-Sarbagita Suwung, Denpasar, Bali will be designed
to process the MSW from the city of Denpasar, the
Regency of Badung, the Regency of Tabanan and the
Regency of Gianyar. The planned MSW processing
capacity is 800TPD., 7/24 working system. This
location proposed as the 1st. Indonesian MSW CDM
project. It is planned to generate 9,6 Mwe from
Landfill Site gas field, Dry-Anaerobic Digester and from
Gasification Plant. The Invesment is Rp. 300 Milliard.
• This project is formely acted as an example of PPP-
System, in order to solve the Final Disposal problems.

• The power generated now is only 200 kWe/h from


the planned 9,6 Mwe/h.
BARRIERS OF EXISTING PROPOSED
LOCATION TO BE A SUCCESSFUL PROJECT
• Fails of separating of the OFMSW from the MSW at
source in almost all urban area in Indonesia,
• Scarcity of land to established the OFMSW processing-
facility (decentralized-system)
• Lack of OFMSW transportation system.
• High cost of the existing onsite separation system
• The existing 10 Cells of the Dry AADigester needs to be
optimized
• The existing DAAD-cells operation needs to be
optimized
• Lack of additional Investment Cost, O&M Cost
Source of co-financing, name of co-financier,
type of co-financing.
• Ministry of Natural Resources & Energy to be
confirmed (Grant).
• Ministry of Public Works to be confirmed (Grant).
• Ministry of Research & Technology to be
confirmed (Grant)
• Bali Provincial Government to be confirmed
(Grant).
• 4 local government of Province of Bali (Tipping-
Fee).
• PT. NOEI (owner of the RSL-DAAD Installation)
• Sugar Cane Planters (offtaker of Biochar)
Alternative scenario WTE UNDP-GTC.K
• Additional Power Generation of 500 kWeh
from RSL-DAAD step 1 without Gasification
Plant & ORC-Powerplant (G7-System) and
production of Compost for Daily Cover in RSL
Plant (G6-System)
Alternative scenario WTE UNDP-GTC.K
• Additional Power Generation of 2,635 kWeh
from RSL-DAAD step 2 with Gasification Plant
(Syngas) & ORC Powerplant (Waste-heat
recovery). Production of Compost and 24 TPD
of Biochar (CO2-Sequestration & enhanching
the fertility of Rainfeed SC-Plantation).
Alternative scenario WTE UNDP-GTC.K
• Additional power generation as stated before,
the Step 3 will be occurred when the Biochar
implemented for the soil preparation of Sugar
Cane new plant (50 Ha./year).
Alternative scenario WTE UNDP-GTC.K
• Implementation on the other locations Final
Disposal, minimum the application of 3 cells of
RSL-DAAD/location in order to support the 3R-
Movement in the other city.
• Activy the existing 3 Cells of RSL-DAAD in
TPST-Bantar Gebang, Jakarta.
Project Stakeholder
• PT. NOEI as the owner of Installation and operator of the
Installation of Demonstration Plant.
• Local Government of SarBaGiTa, Bali as supplier of Organic Fraction
of MSW
• Central & Provincial Government as a regulator
• Local/International EPC-Company for the finishing of existing
Installation.
• Private Company/IKAL-BPPT as an operator of the proposed project
in cooperation with the owner and local government.
• Local Expert, UNDP & GTC.K as a partner for the further
development and for the dissemination of RSL-G9 technology.
• Sugarcane planters as an offtaker of Biochar & Compost from
OFMSW-RSL DAAD.
• National Electric Company (PT.PLN) as an offtaker of electrical
energy.
• University, R&D Institution, EPC-Consultant (Capability Building)