incineration

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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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The waste-to-energy plant will be built near London Heathrow Airport, and it will process about 420,000 tons of waste annually.
In the Bern waste-to-energy plant project an innovative solution is introduced by combining a waste boiler with a gas turbine and bio fuel boiler, according to the company.
Councillors gave planning approval for the waste-to-energy plant, despite local opposition, in 2016.
Last year, ACCIONA was awarded a contract to construct a waste-to-energy plant in Kwinana (Western Australia), the first large-scale plant of this type in the country, with a capacity to treat around 400,000 tonnes of waste per year.
He believes Morocco is a prime-candidate for Africa's second waste-to-energy plant. He makes it sound like it is only a matter of time before the technology comes to Morocco.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Jun 5 (ANI): Continuing its efforts to establish an environment-friendly network, the Delhi Metro has become the first ever project in the country to receive power generated from a waste-to-energy plant.
According to a recent press statement, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) said it has started receiving 2 MW power from a 12 MW capacity waste-to-energy plant set up in Ghazipur.
The Pink Line of Delhi Metro , run by the world's first rail organisation to claim carbon credits, Delhi Metro Rail Corp (DMRC), has become India 's first metro project to be powered through a waste-to-energy plant, with DMRC stating that the megaproject had started receiving 2-megawatt of power from a 12 MW waste-to-energy plant in Ghazipur, run byEast Delhi Waste Processing Company Limited (EDWP), which the Delhi Metro operator said contributed to the newly re-elected Prime Minister Narendra Modi -led Swacch Bharat Abhiyaan , dedicated to civic cleanliness and waste management.