incinerator


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a furnace for incinerating (especially to dispose of refuse)

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The preamble notes that the EPA estimates there are 3700 medical waste incinerators currently in operation and that 60% of these are operated by hospitals.
Although the DOS allows owners to shut down the incinerator and not installl a compactor, the size of the building and the amount of garbage may not make that practical for larger buildings.
New, more stringent emissions restrictions developed late last year are targeted at gas and acid removal and are likely to force more incinerator operators to install devices to trap HCI.
Certain Shenandoah product lines, including incinerators and waste oil heaters, are currently being manufactured in Shenandoah's former Harrisonburg, Virginia, plant, pending complete transition of manufacturing operations to Anderson and Dassel.
3, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The incinerator report analysts forecast the global market to grow at a CAGR of 5.
US engineering firm CDM Smith, a partner in a massive waste-to-energy incineration project, the price tag for the waste-to-energy incinerator has jumped from $480 million to $517 million.
The state wants it, but there are people protesting against it because they think it will be an incinerator," Trautman comments.
Sue Ferguson, 49, was speaking as Merseyside Waste Disposal Authority considers plans for a new incinerator which will burn 800,000 tonnes of waste each year.
The New Hampshire legislature is considering a bill that would restrict incinerators using C&D wood to power the plants from operating within five miles of any residence, church, school, park, drinking water source or hospital.
And Detective Chief Inspector Gareth Tinnuche, who investigated the 1991 crime, said he still doesn't know if Lynda was alive when she was put in the incinerator.
Because the owner of the incinerator never sought a permit, the city never had a chance to verify that it was installed to the manufacturer's specifications, City Manager Bill Grile said Friday.
Aidan O'Brien and Coolmore yesterday won the first round in their battle to stop an incinerator being built next door to Ballydoyle, writes Michael Clower.
Timiskaming dairy farmers are prepared to go to court, if necessary, to stop the construction of a hazardous waste incinerator in Kirkland Lake and protect their livelihood.
The system combines the catalysts with equipment that calculates the density of chemical substances that produce dioxins and the best amount of the catalysts to be put into the incinerator.
The dioxin problem involving an incinerator in Nose first came to light in 1997, and in April 1998, 8,500 picograms of dioxin were recorded per 1 gram of soil near the incinerator, the highest concentration of dioxin measured up to that time.