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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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Recommends centralised incineration system away from residential areas
Incineration, including WTE and its permutations, isn't as benign as the industry would like us to think.
Papa pointed out that incineration violates existing laws, including Section 16 of the Philippine Constitution of 1987, which states that 'The State shall protect and advance the right of the people to a balanced and healthful ecology in accord with the rhythm and harmony of nature, Section 20 of RA 8749, which defines incineration and prohibits the burning of municipal, biomedical and hazardous waste and emits poisonous and toxic fumes.
According to He, Taipower officials gave contradictory answers when asked if the company conducted radioactivity testing before incineration, either saying they did not know what was going on or trying to withhold information.
Recently the number of projects to modify and improve existing MSW incineration plants, both to extend their operational lives and to reduce their impact on global warming, is in an increasing trend.
The incineration of MSW technique used by many developed countries can replace that of the landfill, the main waste treatment process in Tunisia, which could have extreme contamination of ground and surface water and groundwater.
Tolentino raised the idea patterned from the garbage incineration being implemented in Sweden.
methods such as incineration with energy recovery or other types of less efficient methods," Anderson said.
Following the trial, the city displayed the ash to local residents at the city hall and six other places including waste incineration facilities.
China plans to expand incineration capacity for solid waste by adding about 200 incinerators over five years, with demand for municipal solid waste incineration facilities spreading to Beijing from southern China, said the wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Heavy.
Recycling can create as many as 10 times more jobs than incineration.
This guide describes current practices and environmentally sustainable options for incineration of wastewater solids, including sludge and biosolids.