What is defined as incinerable waste?

 

Incinerable waste (wastes that can be burnt in an incinerator) are any wastes which are...

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INCINERABLE WASTE

What is defined as incinerable waste?

 

Incinerable waste (wastes that can be burnt in an incinerator) are any wastes which are combustible and contain a calorific value of at least 2000 kcal/kg of material.

 


What should not be incinerated?

 

Materials with very low calorific value.

 

Materials with recyclable properties.

 

Non-toxic materials that can be re-used.

 

Inorganic material.

 

Mixing and mismatching of the waste to the incinerator. For example; a hospital waste incinerator should not be used for industrial waste or an industrial waste incinerator should not be used for a radioactive waste material.

 


INCINERATORS are designed to efficiently and safely burn waste at specified rates and temperatures and residual ash will have no combustible material. They should as a minimum be able to demonstrate the following properties:

 


Air & fuel mixing in correct proportion

 

Instantaneous ignition of waste & its gaseous components

 

High retention time for complete combustion

 

Provide for creating turbulence in combustion chamber

 

High temperature, chemical resistant refractory lining

 

Easy to install & simple to operate

 

Satisfies Pollution Control norms or local Regulatory Authority requirements

 

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“The incinerator project included a high level of Quality Assurance, Third Party Inspection and comprehensive documentation which was adhered to.” – HOD (CPP & Utilities), Reliance Industries Limited.

 

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