The newspaper industry produces both non-hazardous (paper) and hazardous (solvents, off gases, printing ink) wastes.  The power of the written...

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Incinerator for Newspaper industry

The newspaper industry produces both non-hazardous (paper) and hazardous (solvents, off gases, printing ink) wastes.  The power of the written word also generates materials that need to be incinerated in an environmentally acceptable unit.


Incineration of waste paper will save storage space and

also reduce the number of transportation trips (and thereby their carbon footprint).  During the printing process, hot air is blown over wet ink on the newspaper to dry it.  The air therefore, picks up ink particles and the off gas needs to be incinerated to prevent dangers of explosion or of pollution.


Incinerators suitable for this industry
Testimonials.

“Haat can be relied on to meet urgent requirements.” – Sanjay Tulshyan, Managing Director, Technical Associates, Nepal.

 

Over 550 + installations
7 Continents
25 + incinerator models
Registered Office

Haat Incinerators India Pvt Ltd,

35 B&C, Jigani Industrial Area,

Bengaluru - 560 105,

India.


Phone

+91- (0) 8110-41-66-66

Fax

+91- (0) 8110-41-66-99