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Supplier: HiTemp Technology Corporation
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- Temperature Range: 1400 to 2200 F
- Capacity: 2095 gallons
- Burn Rate: 100 lbs/hr
- Media Burned: Biomass / Organic Materials, Medical Waste
Supplier: ASTM International
Description: Speciation and Mobility Assessment of Heavy Metals in the Coastal Municipal Solid Waste Incinerator Ash Landfill Volume 6, Issue 8 (September 2009) In the metropolitan areas of Japan, coastal landfills have become a practical and main solution for the disposal of municipal solid waste incineratorShow More
Technical Journals - Confluence -- San Diego's Total Resource Recovery Program: Prototype for the Future? -- JAW_0017325Supplier: American Water Works Association (AWWA)
Description: This article describes a demonstration project in San Diego, California, to test an alternative wastewater treatment process in tandem with cost-effective total resource recovery. The program involves four basic concepts: wastewater treatment, solid waste recovery, advanced water treatmentShow More
Supplier: Wisconsin Oven Corporation
Description: Wisconsin Oven Corporation designs and builds thermal incinerators for oxidizing the fumes from the exhaust streams of ovens. Most often, the contaminants are smoke, paint fumes, or solvents.We manufacture fume incinerators, but we do not manufacture incinerators for processing solid waste
- Destruction Efficiency / Capability: 99%
- Required Airflow: 325 SCFM
- Temperature Range: 1500 F
Supplier: Twin City Fan & Blower
Description: industrial applications. The HRT is also used for induced draft on boilers, incinerators, and kiln exhaust. Steel, air pollution, dryer, petrochemical, cement, furnaces and ovens, solvent recovery, sewage sludge, and solid waste incineration industries have found the radial tip design particularly
- Air Flow Rate: 6060 to 254700 SCFM
- Static Pressure: 15.85 psi
- Maximum Diameter (Fan or Blower Wheel): 27 to 80.75 inch
- Environment: Clean Air / Gas
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that would otherwise become waste into valuable resources. In addition, it generates a host of environmental, financial, and social benefits. Materials like bio-waste, food bi-products, glass, metal, plastics are collected, separated and sent to facilities that can process them into new materials or products. Recycling is one of the best environmental success stories of the late 20th century. Recycling has diverted millions of tons of material away from landfills and incinerators. Wyssmont is committed... (read more)
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Stability of chlorine-substituted dibenzodioxins and dibenzofurrans
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States > Ohio > State > Regulations > 3745 - Ohio Environmental Protection Agency > [OAC 3745-27] 027 - Solid Waste and Infectious Waste Regulations
Solid waste incinerator or solid waste energy recovery facility permit to ...
States > New York > State > Regulations > Title 6 - Department of Environmental Conservation > Chapter IV - Quality Services > Subchapter B - Solid Wastes > [6...
Industrial/commercial waste monofills and solid waste incinerator ash residue ...
States > Michigan > State > Statutes > Chapter 324 - Natural Resources and Environmental Protection > 451 - Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act ...
Municipal solid waste incinerator ash; regulation.
Environmental sustainability assessment of the management of municipal solid waste incineration residues: a review of the current situation
2004) Production of glass-ceramic bodies from the bottom ashes of municipal solid waste incinerators .
Pollutant Diseases, Remediation and Recycling
Lutz (2002) studied the detoxification of several different types of filter ash from municipal solid waste incinerators and the impact from different atmospheres (inert, oxidizing, reducing, reactive).
Solid Waste Technology and Management
After some years of trials with co-incineration of coal and waste, the first municipal solid waste incinerator was constructed in 1876 in Manchester, United Kingdom.
Federal Register > Monday, March 21, 2011 > [76 FR 15456] Identification of Non-Hazardous Secondary Materials That Are Solid Waste
Section 129(a)(1)(D) of the Clean Air Act (CAA) directs EPA to establish standards for Commercial and Industrial Solid Waste Incinerators (CISWI), which burn solid waste (section 129(g)(6) of the CAA, 42 U.S.C. 7429).
Federal Register > Friday, June 4, 2010 > [75 FR 31938] Standards of Performance for New Stationary Sources and Emission Guidelines for Existing Sources: Comme...
Any industrial or commercial facility using a solid waste incinerator .
Federal Register > Friday, December 16, 2005 > [70 FR 74870] Standards of Performance for New Stationary Sources and Emission Guidelines for Existing Sources: ...
… and title V, including EPA's interpretation of CAA section 129(e), information on updating existing ‡title V operating permit applications and reopening existing title V permits, see the final Federal Plan for Commercial and Industrial Solid Waste Incinerators , October 3, 2003 (68 …
States > South Carolina > State > Regulations > Chapter 61 - Department of Health and Environmental Control > [SCCR 61-107] 107 - Solid Waste Management
Disposal of hazardous waste from conditionally exempt small quantity generators at solid waste incinerators is prohibited unless the incinerator is permitted under the South Carolina Hazardous Waste Management Regulations.
States > Iowa > State > Proposed Regulations > 2002 Documents > September 18, 2002 > [2002 IA Proposed 104550] 567-100 - 103, 109 - 115 - Notice of Intended Ac...
Sanitary landfill operators and solid waste incinerator operators shall be trained, tested, and certified by a department-approved certification program.
Code of Federal Regulations > Title 40 - Protection of Environment > Clean Air Act / Air Programs (CAA) > [40 CFR Part 60] Standards of Performance for New Sta...
This term includes any municipal-type solid waste incinerator with a heat recovery steam generating unit or any steam generating unit that combusts fuel and is part of a cogeneration system or a combined cycle system.