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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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It also deals with incineration residues and compacts 200,000 tonnes of slag and ash from all incineration plants into slag-ash concrete or to be stored in the next door Rautenweg landfill.
MHIEC will form a consortium with eight companies, including local firms, to construct a stoker furnace type incineration plant with a processing capacity of 182 tons per day (tpd).
said its subsidiary will construct a waste incineration plant in Iwate Prefecture.
"The technology proposed for the Merthyr incineration plant is not state-of-the-art, and emits toxic chemicals at a far higher rate than real stateof-the-art incinerators." Malcolm Chilton, Covanta Energy's UK managing director, said: "The technology we are proposing to use is an effective and clean process that is used worldwide."
FORMAL applications have been made to build one of the UK's largest waste incineration plants in South Wales.
The company has already one incineration plant in Moscow that started operation at the beginning of 2008.
But Coventry and Warwickshire Friends of the Earth are opposed to a planned redevelopment of the Whitley incineration plant, favouring recycling over burning rubbish.
The carcasses of the culled birds were being transported "under escort in sealed, leak-proof lorries" to an incineration plant in Staffordshire.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-5 May 2006-NCC wins SEK53m waste incineration plant contract from Boden Energi AB(C)1994-2006 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
* Metso Minerals will supply a waste incineration plant to SCIP Swire SITA Waste Services Co.
This is the second incineration plant order MHI has received from Taiwan's private sector, following the order for two incinerators for the Wujih Refuse Incineration BOT project in Taichung county in 2000, it said.
A red and yellow striped garbage incineration plant touted as an objet d'art in its own right began operating Friday on an artificial island in Osaka eyed as a venue for the 2008 Summer Olympic Games.