From a regulatory standpoint, the industry is divided into a number of categories: commercial/industrial solid waste incinerators (CISWI), municipal waste combustors (MWC), hospital/medical/infectious waste incinerators (HMIWI), hazardous waste combustors (HWC), sewage sludge incinerators (SSI), and other solid waste incinerators (OSWI). While each sub-category is subject to differing environmental regulations, all can benefit from evaluating their air pollution control requirements.
Process control and emission monitoring in a waste to energy plant is a challenge. A large number of gaseous components need to be measured with high accuracy. Almost 100% uptime is required and the monitoring system needs to be easy to maintain and fast to calibrate.
Incinerator slag mainly consists of mineral components, metal scrap and other unburnt materials. With our separation systems we are able to treat both the untreated ash as well as the mixed and contaminated metal fraction. Out of both fraction we can recover a clean aluminum and a heavy metal fraction.
Our range of hazardous waste incinerators are specially designed to cope with ALL kinds of medical and hazardous waste in ALL climates and conditions. Our products ensure efficient, clean and hassle-free disposal of hazardous waste is possible. These models are suitable for the incineration of clinical waste including type 4 pathological waste (red bag waste) from Hospitals, Research Centres, Pharmaceutical Companies , Drug Manufactures, Primary Care Trusts, Private GPs Practices, Cosmetic Surgery Clinics,...
Waste-to-energy through incineration of waste is an effective way of producing electricity and heat, at the same time getting rid of the possibly hazardous or unrecyclable waste. The waste can be incinerated at specific WtE plants or at plants with permission for co-incineration of waste at biomass boilers or cement kilns. The waste incineration plants are, however, governed by strict emissions regulations.
Safe laboratory waste destruction is an ongoing challenge. With such a wide range of pollutants and particulates it is essential laboratory incinerators reach high temperatures to ensure total destruction of hazardous waste streams.
General waste is an unwanted refuse material or substance. It may consist of materials from community or household activities (municipal, domestic or camp waste) or from industrial activities (manufacturing, mining or agricultural). Worldwide, the problem of waste accumulation is reaching threatening proportions. Landfill options are showing more and more weaknesses and are becoming extremely expensive. They are not an efficient solution. As a natural process, nature is converting landfill waste into highly...
Local authorities incinerate domestic waste and other kinds of waste that typically include plastics, batteries and a diversity of unknown compounds. These may all produce acidic and other toxic emissions. Therefore, efficient flue-gas cleaning systems are needed to prevent their release into the environment.
Monitoring of emissions from incinerators is a demanding application for Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems. The emissions produced are highly corrosive, some of the gases are soluble and, because the waste being burnt is constantly changing, the resulting stack gas temperature varies widely.
Waste incineration is a complex area. The mix of waste, moisture content, temperature of the waste, surrounding air and a variety of other factors interact and affect which residues are formed. Combustion entails often a gas consisting of heavy metals, sulfur oxides, chlorides, dioxins, etc. It is extremely important with a proper handling of the gas and the task often requires a mixture of wet and semi-dry treatment. EnviBAT offers equipment that brings particle levels down to extremely low levels, which guarantee...
Over the years, Inciner8 have been involved in the containment and control of some of the most infectious and destructive disease outbreaks of recent times. From Ebola in Liberia to SARS in South East Asia, we have been instrumental in the providing high temperature medical incinerators to safely destroy infected waste.
Hospital waste varies from site to site and the biggest challenge is to dispose of this wide range of waste streams using one solution. Incineration is still the preferred way to process Type I to Type IV waste without endangering the health of patients, staff or anyone else coming into contact with them.