Data for: Municipal wastewater sludge as a renewable, cost-effective feedstock for transportation biofuels using hydrothermal liquefaction

Published: 06-05-2020| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/wf64vzcg58.2
Contributor:
Timothy Seiple

Description

These supplemental data contain site-specific estimates of chemical energy (COD) and total dry solids by waste phase for >15000 wastewater treatment facilities in the US under present and hypothetical future conditions. The intent of the data are to support national scale waste-to-energy modeling, and the values for any given site may not match actual site conditions.

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The methods and assumptions used to create this dataset are discussed in detail in a manuscript published in the Elsevier Journal of Environmental Management by Seiple et al. (2020) entitled "Municipal wastewater sludge as a renewable, cost-effective feedstock for transportation biofuels using hydrothermal liquefaction".