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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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Today, on the back of economic growth, plans are under way throughout Southeast Asia to create large-scale waste incineration facilities in urban zones, particularly in Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia, and investments into urban waste treatment facilities are expected to blossom fully in the years ahead.
The contract, awarded by the regional utility Boden Energi AB, is part of a SEK330m project to build a new waste incineration line in connection with the water heating centre in Boden.
The Japanese inventory, compiled in 1994, reported that 3,981 grams of dioxin was emitted in Japan in 1990, 92% of which was attributed to waste incineration.
This generous donor is made up of commercial hazardous waste incineration companies: the competitors of the cement kilns.
The Bank's plans to proceed with medical waste incineration, even as the South Asia office has specifically recommended against such practices for India, have outraged Indian environmentalists and public health advocates.
That's roughly four times the amount suggested by estimates of emissions, which include 1,130 kg/yr from municipal waste incineration, 1,000 kg/yr from cement kilns, and 350 kg/yr from burning trees and other plants, or biomass.
Although medical waste incinerators are the most prevalent of the waste incinerators presently installed, the largest category by capacity belongs to municipal waste incineration.
Name: Ensco (Enivronmental Systems Company) Began: Mid 1970s Location: Little Rock and El Dorado Specialty: Hazardous Waste Incineration Revenues: 1990--$144 million; profits of $9.
com/research/t2mg7s/waste_to_energy) has announced the addition of the "Waste to Energy (Analyst Version) - The World Market for Waste Incineration Plants 2012/2013" report to their offering.
Invitation to tender: Limeco operates two waste incineration lines in its waste incineration plant.
Without limiting the guidelines that the multi-agency sub-group will be tasked to create to non-burn or non-incineration waste-to-energy options only, we are afraid that this direction represents a clear attempt to undermine the intent of both the Clean Air Act and the Ecological Solid Waste Management Act," they said, stressing that waste incineration is prohibited by both laws.
Under the project, JFE will work out ways to produce electricity using heat generated during waste incineration and from biogas.

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