Material is basically classified into gas, liquid or solid. Waste is defined as, “Superfluous refuse no longer serving any purpose

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WASTE CLASSIFICATION

Material is basically classified into gas, liquid or solid. Waste is defined as, “Superfluous refuse no longer serving any purpose

They may also be broadly classified under:

By-product of a Manufacturing Process

Waste Paper

 

Packaging Materials

 

Household Refuse

 

Garbage

 

Animal & Vegetable Waste

 

Pathological/Clinical Waste [Bio-Medical]

 


In addition to calorific value, waste is also classified depending on inorganic content, moisture content, presence of halogenated compounds, acid forming material and other characteristics and properties. Waste analysis is a key factor in selection of the right type of incinerator and accessories.

 

Waste type

TYPE

 

NATURE

 

COMPOSITION

 

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0

 

TRASH

 

10% MOISTURE

 

LD / MD/ HD

5% INCOMBUSTIBLE SOLIDS

 

8500 BTU PER LB

 

 

 

 

1

 

RUBBISH

 

25% MOISTURE

 

LD / MD / HD

 

5% INCOMBUSTIBLE SOLIDS

 

6500 BTU PER LB

 

 

 

 

2

 

REFUSE

 

50% MOISTURE

 

ADR, PD, GD, BP

 

7% INCOMBUSTIBLE SOLIDS

 

4300 BTU PER LB

 

 

 

 

3

 

GARBAGE

 

70% MOISTURE

 

ADR, GD, BP, PDR, LRD, KYR

 

5% INCOMBUSTIBLE SOLIDS

 

2500 BTU PER LB

 

 

 

 

4

 

HUMAN & ANIMAL REMAINS

 

85% MOISTURE

 

Instarator, SRD, ADR, PD, GD, BP, ACR

 

5% INCOMBUSTIBLE SOLIDS

 

1000 BTU PER LB

 

5

 

BY PRODUCT WASTE

 

Gaseous, liquid or semi-liquid such as tar, paints, furmes, etc.

 

PDR, LRD, SRD, KYR, QD, OXR , HXR

 

From industrial operations

 

BTU values to be determined

 

6

 

SOLID BY PRODUCT WASTE

 

Rubber, plastics, wood, etc.

 

PDR, LRD, SRD ,KYR

 

From industrial operations

 

BTU values to be determined

 

 

 

Ignitable waste (I)
Corrosive waste (C)
Reactive waste (R)
Toxicity characteristic waste (E)
Acute hazardous waste (H)
Toxic waste (T)

 

Look up https://www.epa.gov/hw for more information

 

Hazardous & Other Wastes (Management & Transboundary Movement) Rules, 2016

 

Bio-medical Waste Management Rules, 2016

 

CAT.
NO.

 

WASTE CATEGORY

 

TREATMENT AND DISPOSAL

 

1

 

Human anatomical waste

 

Incineration, deep burial

 

2

 

Animal waste

 

Incineration, deep burial

 

3

 

Microbiology and biotechnology waste

 

Incineration, local autoclaving, microwaving

 

4

 

Waste sharps

 

Chemical treatment, autoclaving, microwaving, mutilation, shredding

 

5

 

Discarded medicines and cytotoxic drugs

 

Incineration, destruction and drugs disposal in landfills

 

6

 

Solid waste

 

Incineration, autoclaving, microwaving

 

7

 

Solid waste

 

Chemical treatment, autoclaving, microwaving, shredding

 

8

 

Liquid waste

 

Chemical treatment and discharge into drains

 

9

 

Incineration ash

 

Municipal landfills

 

10

 

Chemical waste

 

Chemical treatment and discharge into drains, secured landfills

 

 

The incinerator models that can handle medical / bio-medical waste include, but are not limited to - Instarator , ADR, PD, GD, BP, PDR, LRD

 

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