Incinerator definition

Incinerator means any enclosed device that:
Incinerator means a combustion apparatus designed for high temperature operation in which solid, semisolid, liquid, or gaseous combustible wastes are ignited and burned efficiently and from which the solid and gaseous residues contain little or no combustible material.
Incinerator means a furnace used primarily for the thermal destruction of waste.

Examples of Incinerator in a sentence

Heritage ConservationThe existing three-storey brick building known as the Symes Road Incinerator and the area immediately around the incinerator to the north, south, east and west to the current road, is a designated Heritage Property under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act.

Batch Incinerator burning paper and cardboard at a rate of 95 lbs/hr, with an after burner.

In this report, dioxins and furans refers to all polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans considered toxic, namely, the 17 congeners chlorinated in the 2,3,7 and 8 positions.Figure 1 Photos indicating operational/training problems with De Montfort type incinerators.Left: Incinerator operator wearing motorcycle helmet instead of respiratory protective gear (Mac Robert Hospital, Gurdaspur, Punjab, October 2002, taken from HCWH, 2002).

Incinerator companies have devised various complicated financing schemes to lock governments into long-term payments, which have often proved disastrous for local governments.

The Rise and Fall of the American Burner 64 Global Resistance 68 International Law 74 The Stockholm Convention and Incineration 77 Recommended Readings for Section 3 79 Conclusions 80 Glossary 82 Appendix A: Air Emissions from Incineration 84 Appendix B: Incinerator Bans and Moratoria 86 References 88 Endnotes 95 Resource Organizations 99 Materials Exchanges 101 Printed on 100% Post Consumer Waste and Processed Chlorine Free Paper.


More Definitions of Incinerator

Incinerator means any single or multiple-chambered combustion device that burns combustible material, alone or with a supplemental fuel or catalytic combustion assistance, primarily for the purpose of removal, destruction, disposal, or volume reduction of all or any portion of the input material.
Incinerator means any furnace used in the process of burning waste for the primary purpose of reducing the volume of the waste by removing combustible matter.
Incinerator means any enclosed device used to destroy waste material by using controlled flame combustion.
Incinerator means any structure or furnace in which combustion takes place, the primary purpose of which is the reduction in volume and weight of an unwanted material.
Incinerator means an enclosed combustion device that thermally oxidizes volatile organic compounds to carbon monoxide (CO) and carbon dioxide (CO2). The term does not include devices that burn municipal or hazardous waste material.
Incinerator means any equipment, machine, device, contrivance or other article, and all appurtenances thereof, used for the combustion of refuse, salvage materials or any other combustible material except fossil fuels, for the purpose of reducing the volume of material.