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 incinerated items included shabu, ecstasy pills, and dried marijuana items seized by the PDEA in the provinces of Maguindanao and Lanao del Sur, as well as in the cities of Marawi and Cotabato since 2014.
Of this, 2,000kg to 3,000kg is being incinerated at Children Hospital and the remaining at the private facilities.
Ken Quantick, who has driven refuse lorries in Brighton and Hove, East Sussex, for 14 years, said he was collecting eight tonnes of recycling a day which was wrongly being incinerated.
The BCF's PaintCare programme aims to create a national paint recycling and remanufacturing scheme to make better use of the estimated 55 million litres of leftover paint generated each year in the UK, most of which is currently landfilled and incinerated. A national scheme for leftover paint would depend upon the creation of a national collection network, but currently only one in three HWRCs accept paint in the UK.
MEXICO CITY (CyHAN)- A group of Argentine forensics experts on Tuesday rejected the Mexican government's conclusion that the 43 students who vanished in late 2014 were incinerated at a garbage dump in violence-torn Guerrero state.
A PET owner whose beloved cat was killed by a dog is distraught after discovering the city council had incinerated the animal before she had a chance to collect its body.
MEXICO CITY, Dhu-AlHijjah 25, 1436, October 09, 2015, SPA -- Mexican prosecutors say they have picked seven experts from five countries to carry out a new review of the area where drug gang members allegedly killed and incinerated 43 missing college students, according to AP.
They have been incinerated in a furnace supplied by a specialist company that is capable of reaching temperatures of 1,000C.
After the waste management firm confirmed it had incinerated around 200 tonnes of President Assad's toxic arsenal, no more material is expected to be brought to the company's Ellesmere Port site.
AHEARTBROKEN mother has described the moment she was told the remains of her miscarried baby would be incinerated along with clinical waste.