In recent years, the global issue in the energy field is that with the combination of increasing energy consumption and the steady depletion of fossil fuel reserves, coal can only be used to last 122 years on the basis of the 2008 production rate. This, together with the global environmental issues of the appropriate treatment of increasing municipal solid waste (MSW) has prompted a global research to develop alternative energy resources as well as to reduce CO2 emissions by using renewable energy from biomass and waste [1-3]. Korean government has had an interest to 260employ a new MSW treatment system, namely, the mechanical biological treatment (MBT) system. The MBT system concepts for waste processing evolved in Germany and incorporated two stages of mechanical treatment (MT) and biological treatment (BT). The bigger size MSW separated by the mechanical treatment (MT) as combustible matter is processed to RDF (refuse derived fuel) for energy generation, while the separated MSW after MT (MT residue) is used for producing organic fertilizer and biogas (CH4) by employing the BT stage. The MBT system enables us to circulate resources and to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions, while getting the profit by making renewable resource fuels from MSW [2] to reduce the quantity of waste sent to landfill and to increase the potential recovery of resources. This system acts as a pretreatment system for the next step of processing [3,4].