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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We're very pleased that the councillors have said not just that it should be the last option, but there should be a presumption against incineration in Newcastle.
He said that even in Germany, America and Holland they were 'turning away' from incineration because it was not the best solution.
Access Energy is offering its Thermapower (TM) product for sale to experienced end users in geothermal, marine, incineration and other industrial processes that produce waste heat or to equipment OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) for integration into end products for these applications.
If WAW wants to assert incineration is safe, we will match it study for study.
Incineration is outdated, dangerous and unsustainable - it must be stopped.
The civic group, which estimated the costs and electricity supply through wind-power generation and waste incineration, found that the latter will grow due to its lower costs and increase in the amount of plastic refuse such as bottles made from petroleum.
Shiro Yakushiji, the incineration plant's manager, condemned the stunt, saying, "We incinerate under strict, voluntary controls.
With household waste growing by about three per cent each year, incineration has to play a part alongside recycling, because on its own recycling is not the answer.
also analyzed the Tooele facility while studying the Army's incineration program.
This ``corridor of incineration,'' as Schultz and D'Hondt call it, perhaps ranged beyond the Pacific shore and the Appalachian Mountains and even all the way to Siberia.
These image-polishing programs obscure KAB's promotion of its corporate members' agendas, which includes such environmentally dangerous practices as waste incineration and landfilling.
Toxins dispersed into the air, soil, and water as a by-product of incineration make this method of disposal extremely hazardous.