Saturday, December 31, 2016

an industrial sized incinerator for tobacco and tobacco waste

inciner8ter model TS50 OR TS100 With  delevery in Europe stare Croatia.Please can you send me the offer for pet crematory equipment.details of Chemical waste incinerator.
For animals to 90 kg. cremation equipment for pets ( Max. Size dogs till 80 kg )1. technical specification is for burner only
2what is the capacity of burner in one hour?
3.  35 for burners, 8 for control case, 1 for HD is that the weight of each item?
4. are these already configured so that the  assembling  becomes easy between control case and burners with HD?oil burner, 2sets (bigger capacity)
Temperature Thermocouple,   2 sets
Oil Tank 100Liters, 1 set
Thermal Gasket, 10 Meters
Incinerator control Case, 1 set
Blower,    1 industrial sized incinerator for tobacco and tobacco waste. Details

Brand = Any

Model = Any


·        Types of waste - woods, tree branches, tree leaves, wood powder and card boards

·        Daily Hours of operation  = 7 hours

·        Per day produce waste capacity = 10000kg

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Supply, Installation and commissioning of Waste Incineration system

De manera atenta solicito me colabore con la cotizacion del incinerador incluyendo envió.Puri group a hospitality business in Indonesia is interested to introduce renewable energy in Indonesia or to use the energy sources for its facility around Indonesia. Kindly request to have more information on incinerator technology as it is needed to process 100 ton to 500 ton waste aday. In the Frame of our Specialized Projects Management, we are currently in search for supplier of Waste Incineration system for hazardous waste, the incineration system will be used for incineration of Prohibited Drugs and toxic materials, waste poultry, Dead Animals "cows, goats", Spoiled vegetables, Etc. at customs Ports. For that we would like to request for your technical and Financial Proposal for supply , installation and Commissioning of Hazardous Waste Incineration system with incineration capacity of at least 400 Kg/ hr.

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The proposal should include the complete description of the whole system: Total cost of supply, Installation, commissioning, Automatic feeding, automatic de- ashing during operation, and efficient gas cleaning system (wet, dry or high temperature ceramic filters), continuous emission monitoring system (CEMS), and all    other    accessories, Control    panel    for    all     components     of     the system, Troubleshooting alarm system covering all components of the system, to notify the operator for the fault that may arise during the operation, and to perform immediate corrective action, Emergency Stop button that can easily shut off / shut down all major part of the system in case of emergency situation. Primary chamber capacity/ Average capacity per patch Load: 3000 Kg, Incineration capacity per hour 400 Kg/hr., Loading system: side loading, Number of burners: minimum 7 burners, (5 for primary chamber, 2 for secondary chamber), Fuel: Diesel, The system should work continuously for at least 12 hours per day, The primary chamber: Heavy- duty anodized Rust resistant steel casing with minimum thickness 7mm. painted with heat reflective paint, internal heavy duty refractory cement lining and insulation for maximum heat retention. Cost of supply, installation, operation cost including fuel consumption per hour, and cost of other consumable materials treatment materials (consumption rate per hour and unit cost each), delivery time till operation, Layout for the whole three units and gas cleaning systems, considering minimum are required for the system "including enough area for operation and handling", Confirmation letter that gas emission from the system after gas cleaning should comply with Saudi regulations for gas emissions (stamped letter and Emission comparison table showing the emissions from your system compared with Saudi regulations "attached")

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•    Incinerator should have two (2) chambers: primary chamber with five (5) burners to incinerate materials and the secondary chamber with two (2) burners to incinerate exhaust gases.
•    The main body of the incinerator shall be stainless steel and the outside insulation thickness of not less than 7 mm made from zinc or phosphate for temperature insulation
•    The main gate of the Incinerator should be 150 mm thick and strength not less than 170 kg/m3. The door should be automatic with remote to operate.
•    The Incinerator should be designed in accordance of the environmental regulation followed in country of  origin or  as per  Saudi Arabian PME Regulations.
•    The incinerator should have fuel storage with capacity of 1000 liter.
•    The incinerator shall have the capacity to operate with temperature up to 1300 OC in the primary chamber and it can remove the residual while the incinerator is in operation
•    The inside body of the incinerator should have insulation layer made of calcium with thickness of 50 mm while the thickness of the internal surface should be 100 mm in order to stand with 1300 OC.
•    All the supporting braces of the incinerator shall be installed on stainless steel.
•    The gap between the internal and external body shall be filled with the special insulation material.
•    The exhaust shall not stay more than two (2) seconds in the secondary chamber and this chamber shall be built with high density of ceramic oasis.
•    There should be a stack with four (4) meter from the top surface of the incinerator and can be removed and installed.
•    The incinerator shall have control device for exhaust gases so that the emission shall meet the PME source standards
•    The power supply should be 220 – 380 Volts, 60 Hz. and the incinerator shall be provided with control panel showing the following:

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•    Temperature of primary and secondary chamber.
•    Condition of pressure gages.
•    Alarm showing if there is any leakage or misconducting in the electricity.
•    Indicator for overloading the burner.
•    Timer for automatically switching off the incinerator.
•    All the incinerator parts including fuel pumps, fans, valves and pipes can be operated in high ambient temperature (50OC)
•    All  parts  of  the  incinerator  shall  be  painted  in  one  color  which  should  be resistant to high humidity, high temperature and high dust / sandstorm.
•    3 years warranty with spare parts and technical supply and
•    10 years warranty for  providing spare  parts starting from the  date  of first warranty expiry
•    Provide all the list of consumable items like, filters, sorbents, etc.

The bidder shall provide all necessary details related to the facility dimensions, space area required for the whole system and all operation requirements, Details about required facility (hanger) including Layout, civil work and electromechanical details including electricity, water pipes, fuel pipes, tanks, etc. Complete Drawing & 3D drawing Clearly Show All Sections and Details of the System. List of spare parts and checklist. Required Operation staff, Fuel consumption rate of the whole system. Since our project is a turnkey project including Design, Build & Operate of central incineration facility covering all the above mentioned details and we have to coordinate all civil works and necessary requirements to operate the system.

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1.    Capacity of destruction in weight: 500 kg/h.
2.    It should be able to operate not less than 8 hours/day
3.    This incinerator must be able to destruct all combustible wastes produced by hospitals, private clinics, laboratories, institutes, etc…
4.    Design Specification : Types A, B, C, D, and E of medical waste
5.    "PYROLYTIC" combustion, by controlling the gasification of waste.
6.    The incinerator must avoid the release of black smoke and fine dust, (Smokeless) during the loadings.
7.    It should be able to reduce the volume of wastes by 98%.
8.    It should be able to hold emission in the second burn with gas residence of not less than 2
9.    The incineration should be completely free from visible smoke as well as offensive odours.
10.    The lower calorific power (L.C.P) of this waste will be 3,500 kcal/kg
•    The Temperatures of combustion: Minimum will be 850oC and max 1400oC
•    Post combustion: >1100oC.
11.    The Internal diameter of the Chimney: Ø 400 and its height: 8 m
12.    The Volume of the combustion chamber: 1.200 L
13.    The Dimension of the door for loading in cm: 120x120.
14.    Burner operation should be Automatic On/Off
15.    Fuel : diesel/Gas
16.    The supplier must provide necessary information for the best of the installation This incinerator with "PYROLYTIC" combustion must have:
17.    A combustion chamber of waste:
*    Perfectly tight door for the manual loading of waste. The loading should be Manual, Batch
*    A burner of lighting which the use is limited to the ignition of waste.
*    Frontage of loading with door seals gone up on hinges, wheel of screw plug, flexible joint, and stuffing insulating out of refractory.
*    The insulation of the combustion chamber should be composed of refractory bricks, having a high content of aluminium and insulates bricks in order to assure a minimum temperature on
the outside sheet metal.
*    Composition of the refractory;
•    Refractory concrete :
▪    . Thickness    : ≥100 mm
▪    . Nature: 42% of Al203
•    Insulate in fibrous panels :

▪    . Thickness: ≥75 mm
•    Nature: Calcium silicate.
*    Burner of lighting of waste, with fuel, standard mono-bloc casting guiding plunging flame, lighting and safety of electronic ignition, permanent ventilation, electromagnetic sluice gate of regulation and isolating valve.
*    Plate of combustion in Carborundum, avoiding the fixing of glass and slags.

18.    A chamber of post combustion of gases
*    A burner of combustion of gases,
*    A device of injection of air allowing a total recombustion of gases,
*    A device of air inlet of cooling of waste gases,
*    A sheath of evacuation of the gases burnt.
*    Carcass in strong sheet steel with support of connection.
*    Composition of the refractory;
•    Refractory concrete :
▪    Thickness    : ≥150 mm
▪    Nature: 65% of Al203
•    Insulate in fibrous panel :
▪    Thickness: ≥85 mm
▪    Nature: Calcium
*    Burner with fuel, mono-bloc casting guiding type with horizontal flame, lighting and safety of electronic ignition, permanent ventilation, electromagnetic sluice gate of regulation and isolating valve.
*    A secondary injection of air to ensure perfect oxygen content.
19.    A control box ensuring the complete cycle of combustion.
20.    A Pollution control device connected to the flue chimney must be connected to prevent
unnecessary escape of pollutants

21.    Fan:
*    Electro-ventilator distributing the secondary air, the regulation of the air flow being carried out by valves and following the control of the automatic cycle.
22.    Controls and regulations:
Control box watertight to dust, including:

*    A switch circuit breaker for each engine (ventilators and burners).
*    A timer with adjustable temporization for the regulation of each burner.
*    A regulator with digital watching for the temperature of combustion.
*    A regulator with digital watching for the temperature of post combustion.
*    Electric box.

21.    The de- ashing must be done in the bottom of the combustion chamber or the deashing should be Automatic or manual batch de ashing.
22.    Process Filtering system : Scruber to be mentionned as optional
23.    Emission Standards Compliance: BS 3316 or équivalent standard
23.    Capacity to treat Plastic: Not less than 40% by weight
24.    CE Manufacturing Compliance: BS EN 746-2-1997

23.    The supplier must give batches of spare parts of first urgency and consumable of the incinerator.
24.    The installed incinerator must bear a one year guarantee.
25.    The supplier shall perform an onsite installation of the incinerator.
25. The technical training of operators will have to be provided and given by a technician from the factory; it will consist of curative and preventive maintenance, and the use of machine, etc

NB.: Civil works and any other related services for the installation and training of operators must be included in the incinerator's price.


an incinerator for our dental clinics

an incinerator for our dental clinics.The incinerator must comply with " Technical Standard NTON 05-015-02 Management and Solid Waste Disposal Hazardous co go " , in addition to meeting international standards functionality standards for new stationary sources and emissions from the Environmental Protection Agency United States ( Environmental Protection Agency EPA ) Incinerators Medical and Hospital infectious waste ( HMIWI its acronym in English ) and the standards of the World Health Organization (WHO ) .

According to point of the NTON 05-015-02 incinerator must have the following:

" Incinerators equipped with a camera primary and a secondary combustion , equipped with burners capable of achieving complete combustion of waste and widespread destruction of harmful and toxic chemicals (dioxins and furans among others) , attached to the solid waste bioinfectious .

a) primary combustion chamber , it requires a temperature of 800 ° C and one hour dwell to be destroyed waste produced ash and gas , including dioxins can generate cancer is found .

b ) In the secondary combustion chamber must reach temperatures around 1,100º C and must be operated with a residence time of the flue gases of a minimum of two seconds. To treat gas flow and entrained particles , before being released into the atmosphere , should be added towers chemical washing , cyclones , filters . "

The incinerator installed must comply with the design to ensure the destruction of all hazardous , biological , industrial waste and others. Combustion " PYROLYTIC " allows control of the gasification of waste and avoid significant release of black smoke and fine powder during loading . It also allows , regular and complete combustion of the waste.

The main advantages are a controlled combustion that guarantees the absence of smoke, color , smell or dust . It is also automatic, so you do not need supervision and has a low fuel consumption .

The incinerator includes:

1. A combustion chamber :
a. watertight door for manual loading of waste.
b . A burner start is limited to inflammation of waste .

2. A camera post-combustion gases :
a. burner combustion , low power .
b . An injection device air for total re- combustion of the gases .

c . An input device cooling air of the combustion gases.
d . A smoke evacuation duct .

3. A control panel ensuring complete combustion cycle .

The incinerator meets as indicated on waste incineration .
They will not burn plastics, packaging except that the amount so small that gases need not receive any treatment, secondary combustion chamber to 1100C handles everything ..

The chimney is 350 mm inner diameter and a height of 8.13m will with hatch analysis.

Combustion chamber

• The combustion chamber is thick steel plate (3 to 10 mm ) with reinforcements, specially built .
• Front loading with watertight door mounted on hinges, locking screw wheel , flexible gasket and an insulating refractory lined .
• An internal lining of refractory concrete containing 42% of H² 03 (alumina ) and 100 mm thick walls.
• fibrous insulation panels made of calcium silicate with a thickness of 75mm .
• Automatic Burner ( diesel or gas must be specified in the order ) with flames diving in one piece monoblock with an electronic ignition system , permanent ventilation control valve and isolation valve.

• combustion floor made in carborundum , preventing binding of glass and slag.

Afterburner gases

• The afterburner is strong sheet steel flange connection.
• Internal filling refractory concrete with very high alumina content ( 65 % H² 03) and a thickness of 150 mm .
• thermal insulation panels made of fibrous silicates and calcium with a thickness of 85 mm .
• diesel or gas burner (must be specified in the order ) , monobloc horizontal flame , electronic ignition , safe , permanent ventilation , control valve and isolation valve.
• air injection nozzles made of refractory steel with a flow control valve.
• These nozzles are specially designed and patented by ATI to guarantee very low hydrocarbon emissions.
• A secondary air injection is scheduled and ensures perfect oxygen content.
• Fan distribution primary and secondary air , the air flow regulation is effected by means of valves and actuators on automatic cycle commands.

Control and regulation
Control Panel dustproof , painted sheet with baked paint comprising:
• A circuit breaker switch for each motor ( fans and burners) .
• A timer adjustable time delay for each burner control .
• A regulator with a digital display for the combustion temperature .
• A controller with digital display for temperature afterburner .
• The electrical panel meets current standard. For removal of ash , a squeegee metal pan with handles

• Color : Light + dark blue.
• Special high temperature.


The operation thereof is as follows:

• Charging waste.
• Close the door.
• Obtaining the combustion cycle during which no monitoring service ( duration 2 hours ) is required.

The combustion cycle automatically ensures :
• Starting the secondary air fan.

After 10 minutes, the afterburner is temperature:

•Turning on the automatic burner combustion chamber , which guarantees the output of the gasification of waste. The operating time of the burner is programmable according to the type of waste, using an adjustable mechanical timer from 1-60 minutes.
• Automatic start of combustion air fan.

After 2 hours , the end of " combustion cycle " automatically guarantee :

• The closure of primary air servomotor .
• The post-combustion burner off.

During charging , opening the door automatically ensures immediate shutdown fan primary and secondary air . At the end of the combustion cycle the fan primary / secondary air and burner continues to run for 2 hours to protect the burners and to cool the oven . After this time the program automatically turns off the installation completely .


This installation shall take for operation of diesel with the following characteristics :

Density at 15 ° C (max / min ) 0.88 / 0.82 kg / l
Weight sulfur 0.2 % max.
Kinematic viscosity at 40 ° c ( min / max) 2 / 4.5 mm2 / s
Point above 55C inflammation.
Cold filter plugging point -10 ° C max.


The fuel tank will be located annexed to the dugout roof incinerator in a bund and have the following characteristics :

• Capacity: 1,200 liters
• Made of sheet steel for simple wall installation cubeto
• Output for ventilation diameter 1 ½ "
• Pressure gauge and filler cap
• Meter and level switch

The incinerator has a consumption of 16.2 liters of diesel hour to burn waste generated operation 10 hours a week expected in two burning , so that autonomy will be 7.5 weeks . The reservoir will have an outlet and an inlet for return. Pipes for oil will drive the black steel pipe with longitudinal electric resistance welded 3/4 " DN 20mm diameter . In the tank outlet pipe retainer debris filter , with aluminum body is placed , aluminum cup and stainless steel sieve with holes 100 microns in diameter .advise on the consumption rates, is that for both chambers, or per chamber?

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Monday, December 26, 2016

HICLOVER Incinerator YDC model small scale incinerators


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medical waste materials incinerator

an incinerator suitable for chemcial waste containers. capacity about 100 kgs per hour with a scrubber.1- One system of

medical waste materials incinerator
- Capacity : 100 kg
-  Fuel : gas oil

2- One system of normal waste materials incinerator
-  Capacity : 150 kg
-   Fuel : gas oil this kind of capacity will be a waste combustion central for a small city. you can find other

company. our products main for small waste output. for hospital directly, local at hospital, or portable/mobile

incinerator to one site when end-customer request. incinerator without smoke and smelting for the environment.

capapcity 500kg per day. Could you specify the point of oil fuel? By this you mean petrol or diesel?
with dieseil burner.we managed to get a walk in Algeria, and we hope to export to other countries in Africa.
we specify that we are interested in mobile incinerators for hospital use.

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containerised Hospital waste incinerator

One 40' Standard - containerised Incinerator, and understand you can help us with the procurement of the same.Waste type or application  : General and Medicine

Capacity kgs / hour             : 75 to 350
Hospital and Laboratory equipment. .

One of our valued customer is interested to purchase a Hospital Waste incinerator as per following specifications:

Hospital waste incinerator
Capacity: 50 Kg / Hour
Brand new complete working unit
Burners: Dual fired (Gas and diesel)
20ft container with an incinerator plant for burning solid waste including the following main items:

medical waste  incinerator is from 2.5 to 3 cubic meters and it's capacity is from 60 t0 100kg per hour.

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small hospital waste incinetor


-          150 KG/HR

-          Compliant with EU rules, Directive 2000/76/EC

-          Fuel type: Diesel

-          Easy management and maintenance

-          Temperatures:

850 deg C for municipal waste

1000 deg C for medical waste

1100 deg C for dangerous waste containing halogenated organic substances with content of chlorine or its compounds.a incinerator with an avarage burning capacity of 20-30kgs per hour and it should diesel or used motor oil,  MEDICAL INCINERATORS, CAP: 3 TONS.producer of small hospital waste incinetor - for our clients (hospitals)

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waste disposal incinerator

Incinerator but the size of chamber > 2000 x >1200 mm. Prepare for burn LIQUID Waste +/- 20 liter/hr.
Fueled by Heavy OIL Burner.waste disposal incinerator, capable of handling both wet and dry garbage.. Which include house hold wastes and dry leaves.
The chamber of the incinerator should be able to hold about 200 - 250 kilogram of waste at a given time. edical Waste Incinerators.
The mobile unit is our priority then the fixed units. Medical Waste Incinerators. The mobile unit is our priority then the fixed units.
a;  Batch Capacity for each model, how much load can we put in one time. I need tio under stand in term of batch load one time I can ut in Kgs.
b:  Burning capacity per hour, to know how much time it will take to burn one batch and what is cooling timem for each one.
c: How many batch can we put in each day basis per 24 hours.
d: Most of systems will be run on Gas, so I need to know the required pressure of gas in psi to run the system without any problem.
e; I do wish to know an average life of system and after how many years we need the repair of linning etc.

2. What is your minimum capacity and maximum capacity incinerator.

3. You do provide secodn hand incinerator in good working condition.
4. We need only double chamber double burner incinerator.
5. Please send us DEFRA and DADR approval reports by attachment, copy of ISO and summary of gas emmission report from incinerators.

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Thursday, November 24, 2016

Medical Waste Incinerator BID

1. Technical specifications;

I. Size of the Incinerator 4,410W x 3,037L x 4,836H mm

II. Capacity of the Incinerator Medical waste 50 kg/hr. batch feeding (low degree caloric value: 4,000 5,000kcal/kg)

III. Utility

Utility condition for the incineration equipment operating is the following.

1) Fuel: Light oil or Kerosene

2) Electricity


-0.1 — 110kW: AC 220V x 3PH x 50Hz

- Below 0.1kW: AC 220V x 1PH x 50Hz Control Circuit

- MCC control: AC 220V x 1PH x 50Hz

- Instrument: AC 220V x 1PH x 50Hz

- Switch Gear: AC 220V x 1PH x 50Hz

2. Door -to-door transportation, Installation, Commissioning and Training

3. Pricing quotation

- Price needs to be provided in Ethiopian Birr (incl. VAT)

- Price should include additional cost elements such as freight, insurance, installation and training for key human resource, until acceptance duty where applicable

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Monday, August 8, 2016

hospital for burning hazardous waste and chimicals

use in the hospital for burning hazardous waste and chimicals, minimum Capacity 300 per hour. I will be reselling to my client?. Below is the information I was given and nothing else. The hospital incinerator for use in the clinical waste as required by international environmental management. Minimum 300 Kg capacity/hr, Fuel fired, refractory lined, chimney and sampling prot. Minimum temperature of 1100 degree Celsiu.the incinerator machine for burn 500kg per hour. project about burn medical waste of the hospitals.Just want to price of you various types of Medical Rubbish Incinerators.need all information on 300 kg per hour unit.  availability.  operational costs using diesel (other).the waste is Human Tissues. And we have 10 kg per day; we need incinerator for medical waste.Burn Capacity: 50kgs per hour (Average capacity according to Medical Waste).please forward information about pricing on all of you pet crematory models.Regarding Gas Incinerator, Please note that Fuel for the Incinerator
will be Gas. As gas is chip in our country.

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Monday, April 18, 2016

How many infectious medical waste?

Polaris Energy saving News: With the extensive use of the health care industry and the
development of medical disposable products, medical waste generation is growing rapidly.
The latest data show that there were 261, in the city to the community solid waste
pollution prevention information, only these 261 cities this year, medical waste volume
reached 547,500 tons.

Another one statistics show that at the end of 2012, the total number of medical
institutions of 950 297 beds 5.7248 million, according to an average of 1 kg per bed
medical waste each day, the total amount of medical waste generated in the country each
year to reach 200 million tons.

Faced with such a huge amount of waste generated, but many cities are composed of one or a
small number of waste disposal in a single way of handling medical waste incineration. Once
a case of waste incineration plants shut down, the government and the hospital in the
management of medical waste and daily operations, will face enormous challenges.

In fact, hospital waste generated a large part of municipal solid waste and similar low-
risk waste, about 75% to 90%, the remaining 10% to 25% are considered harmful, it may pose
a health risk, hospitals infectious waste is generally not more than 10% of the total
garbage. Reduce the amount of waste generated must be effective category management as the
premise, but now garbage classification level of the hospital, worrying.

Medical waste collection is key to the implementation of environmentally sound management
of medical wastes, but most Chinese hospitals do not pay attention to the sort processing
medical waste, and open place, no obvious signs, classification level is not high.

General hospital with normal household trash bins and yellow medical, hospital and clinic
staff told Post logo, the swab and other body fluids come into contact with the patient
garbage into yellow garbage bag. But the reporter visited some hospitals found that blood
tests and outpatient medical room yellow garbage bags of medical waste both regions, but
also paper, food packaging and other general household waste.

A survey conducted in a hospital in Wuhu, Anhui Province shows that at some medical
personnel classification concept is unclear, non-infectious waste, such as medical supplies
packaging, special medical waste mixed with yellow bag. Although such an approach did not
cause harm to the spread of disease, but it increases the cost of processing medical waste.

Survey on the status of management and disposal of medical waste in a primary hospital also
showed that the passing rate of garbage deposited only 45%. The survey also pointed out
that a lot of medical waste in the absence of sterilization, transported to the transfer
station processing, which may cause secondary pollution garbage occur during transport.

Many local medical waste disposal fee is calculated according to bed, the amount of waste
generated by hospitals not directly related to the processing fee paid. If the hospital
improve the management level, reducing the amount of waste generated, and the same number
of beds, garbage fees will not be reduced, so that is not conducive to encouraging
hospitals source waste separation and reduction.

Medical waste are complicated, including infectious wastes, pathological wastes, chemical
wastes and damaging waste, etc., relating to different textile materials, plastics, glass,
metal and human organizations, a single treatment is difficult to achieve for a variety of
medical garbage harmless treatment.

For different types of medical waste, we have a different processing method and apparatus
have been developed and used around the world. In order to reduce global pollution of
dioxins and furans, the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants and the World
Health Organization recommends the use of other alternative forms burned. Autoclaving is
probably the most widely used non-burning disinfection, in addition to chemical processing
technology, processing technology and microwave plasma processing technology.

China is now widely used is incineration, this approach tends to produce large amounts of
harmful gas mixture, including hydrochloric acid, dioxins and furans, as well as toxic
metals lead, cadmium and mercury.

A more complete medical waste incineration system shall include the feed system,
incinerator, combustion air system, start the ignition and burn-assisted system, flue gas
purification system, and the residue handling system, automatic monitoring system and
emergency system, which flue gas cleaning system is used to cut dioxin, mercury and other
highly toxic substances by incineration. However, research shows that some old equipment
medical incinerators, waste is a direct smoke exhaust emissions.

South China Institute of Environmental Sciences once a medical waste incineration plant in
Guangdong Province as the research object, through the collection and analysis incineration
plant and the surrounding soil and plant samples, PAHs understand incineration plant (PAHs)
distribution, sources and pollution levels. The results show that medical incinerators soil
surrounding a certain degree of contamination of PAHs detected in the soil 16 polycyclic
aromatic hydrocarbons, PAHs total amount ranging 11.83ng / g ~ 788.24ng / g, mean 236.681ng
/ g; in the study area downwind of the prevailing winds in the soil, total PAHs were
significantly higher than the prevailing winds soil content, and the total concentration of
PAHs in soil increases with distance showed a gradual decrease.medical incinerator

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Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Waste incineration industry momentum is fierce level of related facilities to be improved

[China] Solid Waste Environmental online waste incineration industries development momentum is fierce, and the brightest of capital chasing even appear several times in the last year the price of handling fee diving, industry raised concerns about the vicious competition. "Thirteen Five" during garbage construction market investment space at 1000 billion yuan; the growing garbage incineration capacity of the operation of the facility, the regulatory level challenges. Many industry companies said in simple incineration links, market competition is too fierce, competitive professional enterprises should play in the field of business models and technological innovation.

Waste incineration industry momentum is fierce level of related facilities to be improved

"Twelve Five" is a fast-growing garbage incineration five years. According to relevant statistics, in 2015, the national city and county has accumulated garbage incineration capacity of about 233,000 tons / day. Waste incineration industries development momentum is fierce, and the brightest of capital chasing even appear several times in the last year the price of handling fee diving, industry raised concerns about the vicious competition. Which is still used as the main way of landfill waste, mostly due to the local authorities responsible for managing the operations, the market is not high, remain "low key."

The future will continue to heat a cold do?

In this regard, some experts pointed out that, on the one hand, waste incineration will continue to grow, but the amount of accumulation and qualitative improvement of equal importance, particularly waste incineration emissions formal implementation of new standards for operation of the facility and set higher requirements; on the other hand landfill as an indispensable and irreplaceable resource, is still dealing with the mainstream. But to find out the remaining storage capacity, make good use of good management will become critical; at the same time, non-canonical transformation landfill, pollution, etc. also brought closure to repair the relevant market opportunities.

According to the deputy director of the Research Center for Environmental Health Engineering Department of Housing and General Workers Liujing Hao introduction, facility upgrades will be the next five years, important content. "China's solid waste disposal facilities (landfill, incineration plant) construction and development is very fast, there are a number of construction and operation of the facility has a large room for improvement. There are many old landfills need to maintain and update, so as not to pollute the surrounding environment. Some of the early construction of incineration plants need to be upgraded or reset. "

Incineration facilities is still on the rise

"Thirteen Five" during garbage construction market investment space at 1000 billion yuan; the growing garbage incineration capacity of the operation of the facility, the regulatory level challenges.

'Facilities' second five' plan basically completed the goal. "China Urban Environmental Health Association and vice president, director of the Research Center for Environmental Health Engineering Department of Housing and Xu Wenlong said that according to" the "second five" national urban domestic garbage treatment facility construction plan, "clearly incineration project the total size of 307,200 tons / day. Although the end of 2015, the national total incineration capacity of 233,000 tons / day, but the size of the project currently under construction there of about 10 tons / day, and basically complete the planning and construction scale.

Planning and completion of high interest capital markets has a direct relationship. Construction and operation of waste incineration facility has become one of the segments of capital chasing the parties, after the project in a constant rise to fierce "fight."

The next five years, incineration facilities construction market is still big? In this regard, the Executive President of the Institute of E20 Xue Tao believes that incineration facilities will maintain growth. "In the construction of garbage 'Thirteen Five' period, probably in the investment market space, building space is at 100 billion yuan."

Xu Wenlong believes that new market does still have a better chance. Currently, most of the city and most of the county's garbage can be effectively collected and treatment and disposal in sanitary landfill and incineration plants. But still there are gaps in waste disposal facilities, the new facility is still one of the main tasks of the current and the next five-year plan. "According to the relevant national planning, the national MSW incineration capacity in 2020 will exceed 40 tons / day in 2025 up to 50 tons / day. By then, China's demand for incineration facilities will reach a relatively stable state."

Accumulation in the continued qualitative improvement already started. From January 1 this year, all new country, has been running garbage incinerator must perform a new "garbage burning pollution control standards" (GB18485-2014) (hereinafter referred to as the new standard) of emission limits. New standards for conventional pollutants, dioxin contamination compared to the previous standard have more stringent requirements.

(Source: China Association of gravel)
Article Links: China Environmental Protection online

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Thursday, March 17, 2016

Waste Management Planning

The generator of a waste is responsible for its safe management from cradle-to-grave. Using raw materials efficiently and reducing the amount of waste generated is the most important step in waste management planning.  For example, through improved waste management planning, it may be possible to reduce or eliminate the need to burn or incinerate waste altogether.  Undertaking a waste audit will help to identify the type and amount of waste being generated, the costs of current management options and examine opportunities for better managing the waste. This information will also enable the generator to implement a waste management regime that is tailored to its own unique needs, location and circumstances.

Even with improved waste reduction measures in place there will be waste generated.  Waste by its nature is usually a mixture of different unwanted materials. The segregation and diversion of different types of waste is an effective way to reduce the amount of waste requiring costly handling, storage, treatment and disposal. Segregation also enables the reuse of certain types of waste for a different purpose.  Reuse activities may be undertaken either on-site or off-site.

Treatment and disposal is the last step in effective waste management and should be undertaken only after all other practical reduction and reuse options have been examined.  A wide variety of treatment and disposal options exist and each must be examined before deciding on a final method, regardless of whether waste is to be treated and disposed of on-site or off-site. If burning and incineration is the method of choice, equipment must be designed and sized accordingly to accommodate the type and quantity of waste being produced. As described in the following section, open burning is capable of safely destroying a limited number of types of waste. While incinerators are capable of safely destroying a wider range of waste, many types of waste must still be diverted. Because of this, on-site segregation remains a critical component of any waste management plan.

Overall, the following principles should be used to guide responsible solid waste management planning:

Know your waste by conducting a waste audit.
Reduce the amount of solid waste produced by implementing strategic purchasing policies that focus on the substitution or reduction of purchased products as well as product design, composition and durability.
Reuse waste where different purposes can be identified.
Segregate and divert mixed waste streams enabling waste to be reused or recycled, thereby reducing the amount of waste to be disposed of.
All practical disposal methods should be examined. Burning and incineration of waste should be considered only where other practical methods do not exist.

If burning and incineration is used, the equipment chosen should be designed and sized to accommodate the waste produced, minimize fire hazard and result in the complete combustion of the waste.

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Wednesday, March 16, 2016

hazardous and biomedical waste

The role of municipal governments is important in the proper local management of solid waste. Under the Nunavut Land Claims

Agreement, municipalities are entitled to control their own municipal disposal sites. Local environmental and safety

standards are determined, in part, by how the land is designated under municipal government development plans (i.e. land use

zoning).  Solid waste may be deposited into municipal landfill sites only with the consent of the local government. The local

fire department may also be called upon if a fire or other public safety issue is identified.

Solid waste incinerators are engineered systems that are capable of routinely achieving burn temperatures in excess of 1000oC

and a holding time of at least one second. Properly designed and operated incinerators are able to effectively and safely

destroy a wide range of waste.  Only incinerators designed for burning mixed municipal solid waste are discussed in the

guideline. The incineration of

hazardous and biomedical waste and sewage sludge requires specific equipment, operational controls and training that are

beyond the scope of the current document.

There are four basic types of incinerators. They vary based upon the number of burn chambers they have, the amount of air

provided to each chamber and how waste is fed into the primary burn chamber.

hazardous waste, biomedical waste

Dual-Chamber Starved    The primary burn chamber receives less air than is needed to achieve full
Air System    combustion. Gases from this incomplete combustion then pass into a second burn chamber where sufficient air

is injected and complete combustion is achieved.

Single Chamber Excess    More than a sufficient amount of air (as much as 50% more than the amount
Air System    of air needed) is injected into the single burn chamber to achieve complete combustion of the waste.

Continuous Feed    An incineration process that is in a continuous burn cycle.  A continuous feed
Incinerator    incinerator operates without interruption throughout the operating hours of the facility by having waste

continually added to the primary burn chamber.

Batch Feed Incinerator    An incineration process that is not in a continuous or mass burning cycle.  A batch feed incinerator

is charged with a discrete quantity or single load of waste at the beginning of the burn cycle.

Batch feed dual-chamber controlled air incinerators currently operate at several remote industrial locations in northern

Canada and Alaska.  Although they are generally considered to have the highest qualities of all the incinerators and open

burning methods mentioned, they must be designed for the type and quantity of waste to be burned. Too little heat and holding

time will not allow waste to burn properly; too much heat will damage the incinerator.

Figure 5 illustrates the design of a typical batch feed dual-chamber controlled air incinerator. The main features of this

type of incinerator are:

Batch operation allows greater control of temperature and air throughout the burn process. Air turbulence can be reduced in

the primary chamber so fewer particulates are released into the air from the stack.
Although a wide range of wastes can be destroyed, waste may have to be segregated and remixed in order to achieve a

uniform heating value close to the design point of the incinerator.
Externally supplied fuel and electricity are needed for the burners and forced air ventilation. A properly operating dual-

chamber controlled air system will reduce problems with animal attraction as the production of bottom and fly ash and smoke

is minimized.

Section 2.3.2 is intended to provide the reader with a brief introduction to incinerators. It is not intended to provide

information suitable for the design, selection or operation of an incineration system. Any person considering the purchase of

an incineration system should first consult the system's manufacturer or other qualified persons with expertise in the

incineration of solid waste.

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Tuesday, March 15, 2016

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION Incinerator Reference Information

Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC). Handbook of Reclamation Techniques in the Yukon, (1999).


Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation and Alaska Energy Authority. Burning Garbage and Land Disposal in Rural Alaska, (2004).


Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment (CCME). Canada-Wide Standards for Dioxins and Furans Emissions from Waste Incinerators and Coastal Pulp and Paper Boilers, (2001).


Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment (CCME). Canada-Wide Standards for Mercury Emissions from Base-Metal Smelters and Waste Incinerators, (2000).


Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment (CCME). National Guidelines for Hazardous Waste Incineration Facilities – Design and Operating Criteria, (1992).


Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment (CCME). Operating and Emission Guidelines for Municipal Solid Waste Incinerators, (1989).


Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment (CCME). Provisional Code of Practice for the Management of Post Use Treated Wood, (1996).


Environment Canada (EC). Protocols and Performance Specifications for Continuous Monitoring of Gaseous Emissions from Thermal Power Generation. Report EPS 1/PG/7, (1995). 0A885806F792/ProtocolsandPerformanceSpecs.pdf


Environment Canada (EC). Operation of a Modified Burn Barrel for the Destruction of Food Waste in Remote Locations: Observational Summary. Report ERMS 2011-01.


Environment Canada (EC). Technical Document for Batch Waste Incineration, (2009).


Government of Nunavut, Department of Environment. Environmental Guideline for General Management of Hazardous Waste, (2010). Documents


Government of Nunavut, Department of Environment. Environmental Guideline for Industrial Waste Discharges into Municipal Solid waste and Sewage Treatment Facilities, (2011). Documents

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Incinerator Burner oil system

This picture indicate how to contact the incinerator diesel oil tube and also the temperature probe.

Incinerator Burner oil system

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Monday, March 14, 2016

Incinerator Maximizing Combustion Efficiency

More smoke and other pollutants are released into the air during the 'start-up' and 'cool down' phases of the burn cycle

than during the 'full burn phase' when high temperatures are maintained.    Low temperature smoldering fires should be

avoided. Burn only dry feedstock and periodically add additional waste to the fire in order to maintain high burn

temperatures until all waste has been destroyed. If waste is to be open burned on the ground, the use of deep or steep-walled

'pits' should be avoided as this will prevent the necessary turbulent mixing of oxygen with the burnable gases.

Desired operating temperature should be achieved as quickly as possible when operating any burning or incineration device.  A

rapid 'start-up' can be achieved by first loosely loading dry paper, paperboard packing and untreated wood into the bottom

of the device. Dry, loosely loaded material will ignite more quickly and burn more evenly than a wet, tightly packed load.

Wet waste should only be added after  the fire is actively burning.  Overfilling the burn chamber will prevent the turbulent

mixing of burnable gases and oxygen, and should be avoided.

Modern batch feed incinerators are designed with primary and auxiliary burners to achieve and maintain the necessary high

burn temperatures. Additional waste should only be added to these incinerators once the 'cool down' phase has been

completed and it is safe to do so.

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Sunday, March 13, 2016

Air Emissions Environmental Standards CA

Air emission standards establish limits on the amount of contaminants that can be released into the atmosphere. These standards are expressed as a concentration in the exhaust gases leaving the stack and are capable of being achieved using generally available incineration technology and waste diversion practices. The following emission standards1 apply to existing, new or expanding solid waste incinerators operating in Nunavut and have been adopted from the Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment (CCME) Canada-Wide Standards for Dioxins and Furans and Mercury Emissions, respectively.   Similar standards for the open burning of solid waste have not been established.

Table 1. Air Emission Standards for Solid Waste Incinerators

Parameter    Numeric Standard    Explanation

Dioxins and Furans
80 pg I-TEQ/cubic metre
Unit of measure is picograms of International Toxicity
Equivalents per cubic metre of air

20 µg/Rcubic metre
Unit of measure is micrograms per Reference cubic metre (the volume of gas adjusted to 25oC and 101.3 kilopascals)

Opacity is the degree to which the exhaust gases reduce the transmission of light and obscure the view of any object in the background. It is expressed as a percentage representing the extent to which an object viewed through the gases is obscured. Although not an emission standard, opacity provides an indication of the general performance of the incinerator during normal operation2.  Opacity in the incinerator stack should not exceed 5%. While it is not anticipated that opacity levels would exceed 1% to 2% under normal operation, values greater than 5% indicate the incinerator is not performing properly and additional performance evaluation and adjustment is required.

Figure 6 - Examples of Smoke Opacity Ratings
The opacity ratings are estimates and are provided for illustrative purposes only
Centre and right photos courtesy of GNWT Department of Environment and Natural Resources

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Saturday, March 12, 2016

The Application of Open Burning and Incineration

The Application of Open Burning and Incineration

The Department of Environment does not promote or endorse the burning and incineration of solid waste. This method of waste management should be implemented only after the owner or operator has made all reasonable and determined efforts to implement sound waste management planning and practices. Opportunities to reduce or eliminate the need for burning and incineration through changes in purchasing practices, reuse, recycling, segregation and diversion, and other changes or emission control upgrades that would result in emission reductions, must be reviewed periodically and implemented where practical.  Refer to section 3 for additional information on best management practices.

This section provides guidance on the application of open burning and incineration of solid waste. In addition to the guidance and direction provided through the Guideline, the burning and incineration of solid waste may also be controlled through permits and licenses issued by Nunavut's co-management boards, Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada and other regulatory agencies. These permits and licenses must be complied with at all times.

4.1    Open Burning

Open burning is the burning of solid waste where limited or no control over the combustion process can be exercised by the operator.  For the purposes of the Guideline, open burning includes burning waste that has been piled on the surface of the ground or placed in small open pits, or the use of a burn box, unmodified burn barrel or modified burn barrel. Open burning does not include the destruction of waste using a commercial or manufactured incinerator.

The open burning of unsegregated, or mixed, solid waste must not occur under any circumstances. Today's household, institutional, commercial and industrial garbage contains many materials which, when burned at low temperature, can result in the release of high levels of particulates, acid gases, heavy metals, carbon monoxide, dioxins, furans and other chemicals, some of which may cause cancer. The only solid wastes that may be disposed of through open burning are paper products, paperboard packing, untreated wood waste and natural fiber textiles (i.e. cotton, wool).  Refer to section 3.2 for further information on what waste can and cannot be burned.

The open burning of solid waste remains a hazardous practice from a fire prevention and environmental management perspective.  Open burning on the ground should not take place within a municipality without first obtaining authority to do so from the local community government. It should never occur at a municipal or industrial landfill because of the proximity of other combustible wastes within the working landfill. Where permission has been obtained and paper, paperboard packing, untreated wood waste and natural fiber textiles are open burned on the ground or in a small open pit, the activity must be attended and carefully monitored by a responsible adult at all times.

The preferred alternative to open burning on the ground is the use of an enclosed burn box or burn cage. These devices should be used when burning a moderate to large quantity of paper, paperboard packing, untreated wood waste and natural fiber textiles. They are designed to contain the waste while it is burning and reduce the likelihood of sparks or burning embers igniting adjacent vegetation and other combustible materials. When using a burn box or cage at a municipal or industrial landfill, extreme caution must be taken to ensure other areas of the working landfill are not ignited. Their

proper operation includes loading the device with dry waste to about half its capacity before igniting the fire.  Additional or wet waste can be added in small batches so as not to dampen the fire once the fire has developed into a good flame and it is safe to do so.

The following general conditions should be met whenever open burning on the ground or burning using an enclosed burn box or burn cage takes place:

Only paper, paperboard packing, untreated wood waste and natural fiber textiles are burned. The waste is burned in a controlled manner and at a site which is separate from combustible vegetation and other materials.
Burning takes place only on days when winds are light and blowing away from people. Waste is burned in manageable volumes so the fire does not get out of control.
The fire is started, attended and monitored at all times by authorized and qualified personnel. The waste is kept dry or covered to the extent practicable prior to burning.
Where applicable, authority is first obtained from the municipality or other regulatory agencies.

Modified or unmodified burn barrels should only be used to burn small quantities of paper, paperboard packing, untreated wood waste and natural fiber textiles at remote locations such as traditional camps and field camps.  Food and food packaging waste, which make up a significant portion of kitchen garbage produced at these camps, should not be burned. These wastes should be segregated daily and stored in wildlife-proof containers for frequent removal to an approved disposal site.

It is important that burn barrels are properly constructed and operated to ensure safety of the operator and the environment. Appendix 2 provides detailed construction drawings for a modified burn barrel. The Department of Environment will consider other designs if they provide an equivalent level of environmental protection.

Below are some easy-to-do actions to ensure unmodified and modified burn barrels are operated safely and waste is burned to the greatest extent possible6.

When locating and constructing a burn barrel:

Locate the burn barrel in a place predominantly downwind of the camp site or burn only on days when the wind is light and blowing away from the camp.
Ensure the burn barrel is located on gravel, rocky outcrop or other area free of combustible materials and vegetation to avoid accidently starting a tundra fire.
Ensure the detailed plans provided in Appendix 2 are carefully followed when constructing a modified burn barrel. The 'exhaust gas to combustion air' ratio is particularly important to achieving the maximum burn rate.  A 2:1 ratio of exhaust stack to air intake area consisting of a 6-inch exhaust port and three 2-inch air intake holes positioned equidistantly around the bottom of the barrel a few inches up from the base is preferred.

6 Testing of a modified burn barrel was performed by Environment Canada's Air Quality Research Division in April 2011 at the request of Nunavut's Department of Environment. Ten trial burns were completed prior to emissions testing in order to optimize and standardize barrel design and operational procedures. Following the trial burns, four test runs were performed and air emission samples collected for analysis. Results of the emission testing program will be available from Nunavut's Department of Environment.  This list of recommended practices reflects the operational observations and measurements made during the testing program.

When operating a burn barrel:

Inspect the barrel for any signs of leakage, corrosion or other physical defects before each burn cycle. Any necessary repairs must be completed before the equipment is used.
Burn only dry waste. If wet waste must be burned, mix or batch the waste with other waste that has a low moisture content and high heating value (i.e. dry wood). This will help ensure the slow-burning wet waste is completely burned.
Burn only paper, paperboard packing, untreated wood waste and natural fiber textiles. Food and food packaging waste should not be burned. Burning non-combustible waste (i.e. metal
and glass) will rob the fire of valuable heat and should also be avoided.  Food and food packaging, non-combustible and other waste that cannot be burned should be segregated and removed from the site for disposal on a regular basis.
Do not overfill or densely pack waste into the burn barrel as air will be prevented from properly mixing with the waste. This will result in a smouldering, low temperature burn and smoke.
Layering wet or slow burning waste with dry fast burning waste will help ensure more complete combustion of all waste.
The burn barrel should not be used unless a responsible adult is available to monitor and watch over it until the fire has completely cooled.
When using a modified burn barrel, the exhaust port on the 'metal basket insert' should be aligned between two of the 2-inch air intake holes in order to avoid short-circuiting of the combustion air directly through to the stack.  Also, the spark arrest screen should be cleaned following each burn to ensure the stack does not become blocked with soot and other debris. If the barrel lid begins to 'puff' during a burn, inspect the screen to ensure it is not obstructing the flow of exhaust gases.

Care must be taken by the operator at all times to avoid skin contact with hot surfaces and avoid breathing smoke and other exhaust gases.

Written records of open burning should be kept by the operator. These record what was burned, when and how much, how waste was loaded into the device, how the fire was started, its location, weather conditions at the time and any other information that may help remind the operator of what worked well, and what didn't. These records are to be made available for review upon request by an Inspector.

Bottom ash from the open burning of paper, paperboard packing, untreated wood waste and natural fiber textiles is suitable for burial in a designated pit or municipal landfill site.  Consent to use a municipal landfill should first be obtained from the local government. Bottom ash must be completely cooled before it can be safely handled and disposed of.  Refer to section 3.6 for further information.

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Wastes That Can be Burned or Incinerated

Complete combustion converts waste into inert bottom ash with minimal creation of smoke, fly ash and hazardous

gases. Several factors influence this process including the heating value, wetness and chemical composition of the

waste itself, operating conditions in the burn chamber (i.e. temperature, holding time and turbulence) and

operator skill.

The method used is important in determining what can safely be burned. Certain wastes can only be incinerated

using equipment that has been specifically designed and equipped with sufficient air pollution controls and that

achieve specific air emission standards. For example, waste containing chlorinated compounds (i.e. chlorinated

solvents and plastics, PVC piping, wood treated with pentachlorophenol or PCB-amended paint, marine driftwood)

must be separated from other waste as their burning will result in the de novo creation and emission of various

dioxin and furan compounds. Waste containing mercury (i.e. batteries, thermostats and fluorescent light bulbs) and

other heavy metals (i.e. lead acid batteries, wood treated with lead paint) should not be burned as the mercury

and heavy metals will not be destroyed. Other waste that should not be burned unless using specially designed

incinerators include used lubricating oil, hydrocarbon contaminated soil, biomedical waste, sewage sludge or any

other waste specifically prohibited by the Department of Environment.

Table 2 provides a listing of common wastes that can be burned and those that require special consideration and

treatment. Note that open burning and incineration are identified as separate columns in the table and that

different restrictions apply depending upon which method is used.   In general, more restrictions apply to the

various methods of open burning because of the incomplete combustion achieved.  Fewer restrictions apply to

incineration because of the operator's ability to control the combustion process.

Non-combustible materials such as metal and glass do not burn and will rob heat away from waste that can be

destroyed by burning.  Combustible waste should always be separated from non-combustible waste before being loaded

into the burn chamber.

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Biomedical Waste                    Any solid or liquid waste which may present a threat of infection to humans including non-liquid tissue, body parts, blood or blood products and body fluids, laboratory and veterinary waste which contains human disease- causing agents, and discarded sharps (i.e. syringes, needles, scalpel blades).


Bottom Ash                                 The course non-combustible and unburned material which remains at the burn site after burning is complete. This includes materials remaining in the burn chamber, exhaust piping and pollution control devices where such devices are used.


Burn Box                                      A large metal box used to burn solid waste. Combustion air is usually supplied passively through vents or holes cut above the bottom of the box. An exhaust pipe or stack may or may not be attached.





Commercial Camp                   A temporary, seasonal or multi-year facility with a capacity greater than 15 people and which has been established for research, commercial or industrial purposes. A commercial camp does not include a traditional camp or field camp.


Commissioner's Land             Lands that have been transferred by Order-in-Council to the Government of Nunavut. This includes roadways and land subject to block land transfers. Most Commissioner's Land is located within municipalities.


Contaminant                             Any noise, heat, vibration or substance and includes such other substance as the Minister may prescribe that, where discharged into the environment,

  • endangers the health, safety or welfare of persons,

  • interferes or is likely to interfere with the normal enjoyment of life or property,

  • endangers the health of animal life, or

  • causes or is likely to cause damage to plant life or to propert


Determined Effort                    The ongoing review of opportunities for reductions and the implementation of changes or emission control upgrades that are technically and economically feasible and which result in on-going reductions in emissions. Determined efforts include the development and implementation of waste management planning which is focussed on pollution prevention.


De Novo Synthesis                   The creation of complex molecules from simple molecules.


Environment                              The components of the Earth and includes

  • air, land and water,

  • all layers of the atmosphere,

  • all organic and inorganic matter and living organisms, and

  • the interacting natural systems that include components referred to in paragraphs (a) to (c) above.


Field Camp                                  A temporary, seasonal or multi-year facility consisting of tents or other similar temporary structures with a capacity of 15 people or less and which has been established for research, commercial or industrial purposes.  A field camp does not include a traditional camp or commercial camp.


Fly Ash                                          Unburned material that is emitted into the air in the form of smoke or fine particulate matter during the burning process.


Hazardous Waste    A contaminant that is a dangerous good and is no longer wanted or is unusable for its original intended purpose and is intended for storage, recycling, treatment or disposal.


Incineration                                A treatment technology involving the destruction of waste by controlled burning at high temperatures.





Incinerator                                  A device or structure intended primarily to incinerate waste for the purpose of reducing its volume, destroying a hazardous substance in the waste or destroying an infectious substance in the waste. An incinerator has means to control the burning and ventilation processes.


Inspector                                     A person appointed under subsection 3(2) of the Environmental Protection Act and includes the Chief Environmental Protection Officer.


Modified Burn Barrel              A metal drum used to burn waste that has been affixed with devices or features which provide limited increased heat generation, heat retention and holding time.


Open Burning                            Burning of waste with limited or no control of the burn process. For clarity, open burning includes burning on the open ground or using a burn box or unmodified or modified burn barrel.


Qualified Person                       A person who has an appropriate level of knowledge and experience in all relevant aspects of waste management.


Responsible Party                    The owner or person in charge, management or control of the waste.


Smoke                                  The gases, particulate matter and all other products of combustion emitted into the atmosphere when a substance or material is burned including dust, sparks, ash, soot, cinders and fumes.


Solid Waste                                 Unwanted solid materials discarded from a household (i.e. single or multiple residential dwellings, other similar permanent or temporary dwellings), institutional (i.e. schools, government facilities, hospitals and health centres), commercial (i.e. stores, restaurants) or industrial (i.e. mineral, oil and gas exploration and development) facility.  For clarity, solid waste does not include biomedical waste, hazardous waste or sewage sludge.


Traditional Camp                      A temporary or seasonal camp used primarily for camping, hunting, fishing or other traditional or cultural activities. A traditional camp does not include a field camp or commercial camp.


Unmodified Burn Barrel         A metal drum used to burn waste that has not been affixed with devices or features which provide for enhanced heat generation, heat retention and holding time.


Untreated Wood                      Wood that has not been chemically impregnated, painted or similarly modified to improve resistance to insects or weathering.


Waste Audit                                An inventory or study of the amount and type of waste that is produced at a location.




Monday, January 25, 2016

Sunday, January 10, 2016

medical waste incinerator

Australian combustion engineering proprietary LTD MK 5 25kg/hour
dual chamber(LPG) incinerator or equal approved. incinerator
casing to be mild steel with 125mm refractory lining including
primary and secondary chamber, insulated draft section above
secondary chamber, package burners, digital temperature control
systems, ash rake and poke, second door in primary chamber,
manual loading chute, semi automated operated counter balanced
loading door with loading tray complete with stainless steel flue
recommended spare parts.

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Monday, January 4, 2016

Containerized Incinerators

Containerized Incinerator incinerator house mobile incinerator

Model CA50
Feed Capacity Average 60 kgs per feed
Burning Rate Average 70 kgs per hour
Burning Time per Feed 1 hour
Voltage 220V
Power 0.7Kw
Fuel Diesel oil
Burner Italy Burner
Feed Mode Manual
Fuel consumption (Oil) Average 18 Kgs/Hour
Internal Dimensions 100x80x70cm (Primary Chamber)
External Dimensions 230 x 130 x 155cm (main body)
Waste combustion chamber 560Liters
Post Combustion Chamber 280Liters
Oil Tank Capacity 100 Liters
Door Opening 70 x 50cm
Chimney 5.0M
Gross Weight 4500kgs
Chamber Material Firebrick ,Refractory Concrete
Max. Heat Value 240,000Kcal/Hr.
Operation Technical Specifications
Solid Chamber temperature 8000C -10000C
Gas Chamber temperature 10000C -12000C
Chamber Anti-Rate 14500C
Residency time 2.0 Sec.
Burning efficiency >98%
Waste Lower Calorific Power 3000Kcal

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Incinerators in Fiji

IT is a daily occurrence to see black smoke being emitted from the chimneys at the Colonial War Memorial Hospital in Suva.

And following a recent letter to the editor from Satish Nakched, The Fiji Times followed up with an investigation into the smoke that poses an obstruction for the nearby residents of Waimanu Rd.

A common belief is that the smoke is a product from body parts being incinerated in the hospital.

Minister of Health and Medical Services, Jone Usamate clarified "the incinerator at CWM burns all clinical waste produced at the hospital".

"The selection of type of wastes that should be incinerated follows international standards for infection control and disposal of clinical waste," Mr Usamate said.

Clinical waste includes blood, tissue, human organs and other body parts.

"Incineration occurs in a controlled environment where items are incinerated at a very high temperature to kill all microorganisms in the waste.

"Incinerators are used in hospitals all over the world and are the chosen method to dispose of the waste as it keeps the chances of spreading disease and infection to a minimum."



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incinerators to install on the island of Aruba

incinerators to install on the island of Aruba.
the island does not have medical waste & other waste incinerators.
we are in the process of exploring the feasabilty and setting up an incinerator facility
on the island of Aruba.
this is an island of 120.000 habitants.
we have 2 hospitals,more then 20 dentist offices,and over 50 doctor offices.
would it be possible to give us info on the capacity of incinerator we need
on this island.

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for the destruction of the followings:
Polyester, polypropylene, polystyrene, vinyl acetate plastic, synthetic plastics,
natural rubber, synthetic rubber, polyurethane sheet, and bulky films, solids and
- particles that can be easily sorted
- Items that easily degenerate such as paper, wood, leather and garbage
- Chemical waste solids and liquids, waste oil and other difficult-to-handle items


Medical Waste Incinerators

Medical Waste Incinerator

Manual load twin chamber incinerator for medical waste to burn 50kg/hr on continuous operation, with Primary temperature in the region of 800degC minimum and 1200degC or more in the Secondary chamber, complete with charging door, Ash door, Air and view ports, auxiliary air system with adjustable dampers, burners and burner control system and ignition unit, the whole to meet NEMA requirements and other international standards.


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Incinerator Diesel Fired 150kg/hr


CAPACITY : Burner 150 kg/hr.

Quantity : Two [2] with complete accessories.

Types of wastes being used: GENERAL WASTE

The  machines will be certified for operation from PME after passing site investigations.

The technical details we care about are:

-          Capacity (burning capacity of waste per hour). 150kg/hour.

-          Build materials, 5mm High quality mild steel construction ; 100 mm high quality refractory lining.

-          High Temperature paint finish

-          Up to 150 KG/Hrs.

-          Consumption of power and fuel.

-          Ash removal odor

-          Automatic curing process temperature controlled chamber.

-          Secondary chamber

-          Others.

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Sunday, January 3, 2016

Algeria incinerator tender

Bid Bond (2%) : should be submitted (mandatory condition)
Prices: should be itemized based on FOB, CFR Annaba seaport, Algeria
Payment Condition: 100% Bank transfer (CAD) or Letter of Credit (L/C) against presentation of shipping documents
10% Performance Bond unconditioned & confirmed from 1st class Egyptian bank should be submitted (mandatory condition)
Delivery Time is ( xxx ) calendar weeks FOB from P.O issuing date.
Minimum delivery time shall be considered during evaluation.
Delay Penalties 1% weekly up to max. 5% of the total PO value ( mandatory condition )
Offer Validity is min. ( 3 months from bid due date).
Manufacturing Origin is (---------------------------), Mill Name is (---------------------------)
Euro1 certificate must be submitted with the shipping documents for materials of European origin
Offer is in compliance with PETROJET bidding documents.
In case of order, Vendor should confirm the following : .
Order Confirmation should be submitted within max. 3 working days from P.O date
10% unconditioned performance bond should be submitted within max. 7 working days from P.O date.
In case of Inspection, it shall be done by third party (assigned by Petrojet & on Petrojet's account) to verify material quality
and all required specifications. An approved certificate from the Third Party Inspector that inspection include
complete data for material specifications must be submitted before shipping to be reviewed
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