some advantages of incinerators are they get rid of the smell and stuff like that
They were the incinerators that he used to burn the bodies of 6000000 dead and living jews.
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Incinerators can cause serious air pollution if not operated properly. They are also expensive. Harrisburg, PA went bankrupt because of an incinerator.
The first incinerators which were used for waste removal were built in 1874. Originally they were called destructors, and were invented in Nottingham.
Advantage: It Burns Your Trash and Keeps it from Going to a Landfill (taking less space and making trash in the landfills decrease)Disadvantage: It Pollutes the Air and Destroys the Ozone Layer
They are virtually smoke free.
Vague questiona but incinerators were used to burn Jews after being gassed in many death camps in Poland.
the incinerators (human ovens)
BUILDING of drain-ages burning in incinerators
In incinerators at waste disposal units.
Therm Tec makes industrial incinerators (primarily for waste), crematories, and custom incinerators. They are located in Tualatin, Oregon. Also in Oregon is American Wood Dryers in Portland.
they change waste into hazordous gas and ash. then the spread it around.
ISA-99.02.01BMS is a system for the safe start-up, monitoring, and shutdown of burner systems associated with boilers, flares, incinerators, gas turbines, thermal oxidizers, incinerators and other similar equipment.B.T
You KNOW that, do you? Just how do you know that? Seems to me that landfills and incinerators HELP the environment. If it weren't for landfills and incinerators, where would we put all our trash? Just pile it up in the back yard? Dump it in the forest? Dump it in the ocean? Aren't we, in fact, REMOVING trash from the "environment" by putting it in landfills or burning it?
It can be used in incinerators which produce heat as for burning fossil fuels.
They were the crematoriums it the concentration camps. When the prisoners died the bodies were burned in a crematorium.
active incinerators are located in areas with a high proportion of minority residents.
Inciner8 International has grown to be one of the largest suppliers of incinerators throughout the world
Danny R Jackson has written: 'Evaluation of solidified residue from municipal solid waste combustors' -- subject(s): Environmental aspects, Environmental aspects of Incinerators, Environmental aspects of Refuse and refuse disposal, Incinerators, Refuse and refuse disposal
I am going to guess you mean incinerators, which are high temperature ovens that reduce most anything that goes in them to ash.
Landfill is just another name for rubbish dump, or garbage tip. Just about every town in the world has one, and many cities have several. A few places have incinerators to burn their garbage, but unless they are very modern and efficient, incinerators just pollute the atmosphere instead of the ground.