Air Curtain Incineration definition

Air Curtain Incineration means a mechanical process of incineration by which super-heated air is continuously circulated to enhance combustion.

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Requirements for Air Curtain Incineration Facilities” after sub-item C.9. Part II contains all new text for application requirements, facility design, operating criteria, and reporting requirements for air curtain incineration facilities.

A delineation of the CBC process can be found in this newsletter (please see pages 4 and 7).

Whenever possible, reduce vegetative debris via:  Grinding Air Curtain Incineration (Ensure proper authorization is obtained) Open Burning Compacting Recycling B.

Public Noticing Requirements for Air Curtain Incineration Facilities.

This Part applies to all facilities using incineration technologies, including pyrolysis, except for Air Curtain Incineration facilities permitted in accordance with the requirements in Part II of this regulation.

This Section is applicable to Air Curtain Incineration Units for which construction commenced after December 9, 2004, or for which modification or reconstruction is commenced on or after June 16, 2006, that burn wood waste, clean lumber and yard waste.

Air Curtain Incineration on or around the Virgin Islands is not an acceptable disposal method per territorial laws and Federal policy.

Operations Criteria for Air Curtain Incineration Facilities.” after sub-item B.11.

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