Incineration treatment technologies for health-care waste, Biology

Q. Incineration Treatment technologies for health-care waste?

It used to be the method of choice for most hazardous health-care wastes and is still widely used. It is a high temperature dry oxidation process that reduces organic and combustible waste to inorganic, incombustible matter and result in a very significant reduction of waste volume and weight.

The process is usually selected to treat wastes that cannot be recycled, reused or disposed off.

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