Incineration definition

Incineration means reducing the volume of solid wastes by use of an enclosed device using controlled flame combustion.

Examples of Incineration in a sentence

  • Incineration or landfill should only be considered when recycling is not feasible.

  • Incineration would not have addressed the source of these contaminants.

  • Incineration of solid waste accounts for 38% of the yearly total MSW [21].

  • The current licence specifies ELV’s in relation to waste water from incineration activities (W2) (100m3/day) in accordance with the Waste Incineration Directive.

  • The previous sentence notwithstanding, the Permittee may open burn in accordance with an open burning approval issued by the Commissioner under 326 IAC 4-1-4.1. C.3 Incineration [326 IAC 4-2] [326 IAC 9-1-2]The Permittee shall not operate an incinerator except as provided in 326 IAC 4-2 or in this permit.

More Definitions of Incineration

Incineration means the controlled combustion of solid waste for disposal.
Incineration means the process of igniting and burning solid, semi-solid, liquid, or gaseous combustible waste to their products of combustion.
Incineration means the process of igniting and burning solid, semisolid, liquid, or gaseous combustible wastes.
Incineration means a process of reducing the volume of
Incineration means the destruction of solid waste by burning in a furnace designed for the purpose wherein solid waste is essentially reduced to ash, carbon dioxide and water vapor.
Incineration means the use of controlled flame combustion to thermally break down solid, liquid, or gaseous combustible wastes, producing residue that contains little or no combustible materials.