Land Treatment of Refinery Wastes
The authors discuss: waste characteristics; land treatment; and cost comparison with incineration....

Risks from Metals Emitted by Sludge Incinerators
The types of incinerators most commonly used in the United States are the multiple hearth and fluidized bed designs. Airborne contaminants from either method of sludge incineration may...

Moving Society's Wastes Through the Coastal Zone
This paper considers the use of incinerator ships for the destruction of liquid hazardous waste. Needless to say, such a system requires movement of wastes through the coastal zone. This...

Sludge Combinations Impact on Incineration

The Role of the Port within the Logistical System Supporting Incinerator Ships

Delaware Reclamation Project Features Codisposal and Energy Recovery

European Experience in Coincineration

Operation and Control of Municipal Co-Incineration Systems

Incinerator Ship Systems As Viewed from the Coastal Zone

Incinerator Operation and Scrubber Performance

Ambient Impacts of Trace Toxic Metals

Disposal of Hazardous Toxic Munition Waste

Hazadous Wastes Should be Destroyed by Incineration—Not Stored in Landfills; Cement Kilns Could do the Job
Presently, it is common practice to place in landfills various hazardous wastes. Yet, say some experts, landfilling these wastes is a mistake. Landfilling is not final disposal, but merely...

Codisposal of Sludge and Refuse

Highway Construction Use of Incinerator Residue

Incinerated Material Used for Construction

Incinerator Residue Disposal in Chicago

Discussion of "Incineration and Alternative Refuse Disposal Processes"

Discussion of "Incineration and Alternative Refuse Disposal Processes"

Incineration and Alternative Refuse Disposal Processes





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