November 17, 2017 - Did you know that in the waste treatment industry, the incineration produces ashes that reduce the solid mass of the original waste by more than 80% and the volume by more than 90% ? The biggest part of those combustion residues can then be recycled as construction aggregate. Incineration plants can also generate electricity and heat that can substitute power plants powered by other fuels. This makes from incineration a process that generates higher waste recycling rates than other method of waste treatment. To absorb the huge volumes of municipal solid waste, incineration plants nearly operate 24/7 with only one scheduled stop/year for inspection and maintenance.
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