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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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A standard Korean-made incinerator can process 1,000 kilograms of solid waste a day.
He expressed shock at state exco Jagdeep Singh Deo's professed belief that modern incinerators were a safe waste management option.
Itani told The Daily Star Wednesday that an environmental impact study would be conducted once Cabinet chose a location for the incinerator. He cited Switzerland, which has 30 incinerators, as a positive example.
Mr George said: "I believe that the Welsh Government should take some time to consider whether the current processes and rules surrounding waste incinerators are fit for purpose, and in so doing, develop a national plan.
As waste disposal, these incinerators are highly harmful to the climate.
The installation of incinerators at PIMS was pending for years and Supreme Court (SC) had also issued directions to install the equipment on early basis.
The incinerators, which have been approved by the Pakistan Environment Protection Agency (Pak-EPA), will allow Pims to safely dispose of its waste without it having to leave the hospital premises and save the hospital a large sum of money in transportation fees.
He said that the hospital would have second incinerator this month, which would be made operational during current month.
The Chief Environment Officer of ThimphuThromde, YeshiWangdisaid that the authoritieshave found the electricincinerator best for thecountry's environment andit is already in the masterplan.He added that theThromde is planning to install incinerators in the two cremation grounds inThimphu.
Natural Resources Wales last month said it intends to issue an environmental permit to allow the incinerator in Barry to operate.
Why are incinerators assumed to cause no harm to health when the former Health Protection Agency's (HPA) promise to examine health data (Daily Post, 6 August 2003) was never kept and why is the study into a link between incinerator emissions and infant mortality, which was promised by the HPA in 2011, still unpublished?