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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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Hannah is then dragged to the incinerator by Hannah but the demon fights back and tries to claw at her, until finally Megan manages to incinerate the villain.
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.
The Danes recycle approximately two-thirds of their solid waste, incinerate just over a quarter while producing electricity, and put the rest in landfills.
Capitalized at 400 million yen ($3.3 mil), Gunma Environment Recycling Center can incinerate up to 35 tons of medical waste daily, and can temporarily store 70 tons of waste in its insulated facility.
Plans are also being laid by Libyan chemical weapons scientists to incinerate tons of mustard gas agent manufactured to fill chemical bombs.
DEVELOPERS behind a controversial pounds 20m waste centre in North Wales have scrapped plans to incinerate rubbish.
The company accepted waste perchloroethylene dry cleaning solvent from dry cleaners in nine states, promising to incinerate the wastes at licensed hazardous waste disposal sites.
Other measures being planned by the ministry include spending 48.3 billion yen to shore up beef prices and 15 billion yen to incinerate meat and bone meal (MBM).
Severe fires incinerate duff and all plants rooted there.
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.
I READ the article (Firm plans to incinerate more waste) in the South Wales Echo.