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incineration

 [in-sin″ĕ-ra´shun]
the act of burning to ashes.

incineration

[insin′ərā′shən]
Etymology: L, incinerare, to burn to ashes
the removal or reduction of waste materials by burning.

incineration

(ĭn-sĭn″ĕr-ā′shŭn) [L. in, into, + cineres, ashes]
Destruction by fire; cremation.

incineration

the act of burning to ashes.
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The Department of Trade and Industry helpfully categorised the energy produced by incineration of waste as 'renewable', assisting the government toward its 2010 target of generating ten per cent of the nation's electricity from renewable sources.
Val Barton, a leading protester against the Byker incinerator and a member of the Campaign Against the Incineration of Refuse, said: "Quite apart from the health concerns, incineration of waste is a major contributor towards climate change.
The Health and Welfare Ministry and the Environment Agency started Thursday to discuss stricter guidelines on the maximum tolerable daily intake (TDI) of dioxins, highly toxic substances originating from the incineration of waste.
the injection of this coal into the flue gas treatment lines will allow the capture of dioxins and heavy metals emitted by the incineration of waste.
It is important people don't confuse this with the incineration of waste.
The European Commission published a harmonised questionnaire at the end of February (COM2006)438) designed to help EU member states in drafting reports evaluating implementation of Directive 2000/76/EC on the incineration of waste.
Operations embrace the whole waste-handling area: collection, sorting, recycling and incineration of waste plus the handling of hazardous waste, excluding radioactive material.
Tenders are invited for Incinerator for incineration of waste (own funds of the institution) Eligibility Criteria : mprovement of relations in the procurement of goods (works, services) "Decision of the Brest Regional Council of Deputies No.
Landfilled recovery and incineration of waste products, slag and kiviainespitoisia materials.
The Directive on the incineration of waste (2000/76/EC): the deadline for transposing this Directive into national law was December 2002.
Contract notice: Public contract having as object the establishment of an industrial partnership on energy production using steam produced by the incineration of waste.
Directive 2000/76/EC on the incineration of waste applies in all cases where waste oils are used as standard or supplementary fuel in incinerators, According to the European Commission's response to a question from MEP Ky_sty Virrankoski (ELDR, Finland), who inquired whether the Directive applies to low-capacity incinerators with a maximum power of 30 to 50 kw not burning more than 5 litres of waste oil per hour.