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incineration

[in‚sin·ə′rā·shən]
(chemistry)
The process of burning a material so that only ashes remain.
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article (Firm incinerate in that in 80% of money The more waste that is incinerated, the better Margaret JC Davies
The municipal government will incinerate 80 tons of debris with radioactive cesium levels less than 100 becquerels per kilogram and brought from the coastal city of Ishinomaki, Miyagi, mainly by truck.
When mummy or daddy (there is seldom the two together these days) come whining that their little darling was executed because of boredom and hopelessness, permission is granted to incinerate them as well
And they're working with the Health Care Without Harm program of the Campaign for Environmentally Responsible Health Care whose nine steps include: "Don't incinerate what you can recycle or reuse"; setting goals to eliminate the use of mercury-containing products by 2003; and phasing out the use of potyvinyl chloride products.
And when the Cold War ended and the major powers agreed to incinerate their stores of chemical weapons, where did they go?
Birmingham, Dudley and Wolverhampton also incinerate most of their waste.
This is due to strict regulation and hence the need to incinerate all medicine waste.
Unless communities incinerate their trash, Larsson and MPA advocate that users return their used contraceptive products to local pharmacies for disposal.
Now lava threatens to incinerate Wilshire Boulevard and swallow Beverly Hills.
The company will incinerate 300 tons of debris every day up until around the end of August, and will continue thereafter if the furnace can handle it, the company said.