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incinerate

verb blaze, burn, burn to a cinder, burn up, burning to ashes, catch fire, conflagrate, deflagrate, fire, ignite, incandesce, inflame, kindle, light up, melt down, roast, scald, scorch, sear, singe, smolder, strike a light
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See also: burn, deflagrate, destroy, efface
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For existing facilities, the EPA notes that thought has been given to the possibility of distinguishing between medical waste incinerators capable of burning 50 pounds or less per hour, those capable of burning 100 pounds or less per hour and those capable of burning 200 pounds or less per hour.
Owners now facing the deadline and who are required to shut down the incinerator will not automatically be required to install a compactor," Margulies said.
It also manufactures poultry incinerators exclusively for CTB International Corp.
There is another related report titled Solid Waste Combustors & Incinerators Lines World Report (http://www.
3 billion in 35 years, while an incinerator could make $20 million.
But in other communities, WTE plants have encountered opposition because people think of them as incinerators that are burning regular trash.
The incinerator has been proposed by consultants on behalf of the waste authority, although the MWDA has refused to reveal the plans or discuss the details in public.
DCI Tinnuche recalls: "He said he had taken his wife from the Windsor Hotel to his place of work at the incinerator plant at Llandough Hospital solely for the purpose of talking to her about the state of the marriage.
Officials still don't know when the incinerator was installed and who installed it, Grile said, adding that investigations that might yield such information are being conducted by the state fire marshal's office, the state Occupational Safety and Health Division and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.
The local community strongly believes that a meat and bone incinerator will damage their health and livelihoods.
The temperature of the heated region-wide debate rose a few notches in late June when milk processing giant Parmalat released a letter stating it could not guarantee it would continue to buy milk from Timiskaming District dairy producers unless Bennett Environmental gives scientific assurances there will no impact by their incinerator on agriculture in the area.
While the use of fiber-based filters to absorb dioxin emissions in incinerators costs several hundred million yen, the newly developed system will cost incinerator operators only some 80 million yen, they said.