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Dioxin emissions from municipal solid waste incinerators are one of the major sources of dioxins and therefore are an exposure source of public concern. There is growing epidemiologic evidence of an increased risk for non-Hodgkins lymphoma (NHL) in the vicinity of some municipal solid waste incinerators with high dioxin emission levels. The purpose of this study was to examine this association on a larger population scale. The study area consisted of four French administrative departments, comprising a total of 2270 block groups. NHL cases that had been diagnosed during the period 1990-1999, and were aged 15 years and over, were considered. Each case was assigned a block group by residential address geocoding. Atmospheric Dispersion Model System software was used to estimate immissions in the surroundings of 13 incinerators which operated in the study area. Then, cumulative ground-level dioxin concentrations were calculated for each block group. Poisson multiple regression models, incorporating
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As the generation of industrial wastes increases, waste treatment is steadily becoming a serious economic and environmental issue. Existing waste has mainly been treated by landfilling after incineration. A shortage of landfill sites necessitates waste management alternatives other than traditional incineration and landfill. This paper focuses on a cost-benefit analysis that evaluates the economic and environmental performances of five treatment strategies for flammable industrial wastes: incineration, refuse plastic fuel (RPF) boiler, RPF cement furnace, cement furnace after shredding of wastes, and paper incineration after shredding of wastes. For such purposes, our model considered the entire process of each waste treatment, which involves collection, transportation, treatment, recovery, and the disposal of flammable industrial wastes that pose risks to their surroundings. Case studies of each treatment processes are reviewed, and a cost-benefit analysis is performed to evaluate and identify the
Coordinates: 24°58′1.6″N 121°22′48.5″E / 24.967111°N 121.380139°E / 24.967111; 121.380139 The Shulin Refuse Incineration Plant (Chinese: 樹林垃圾焚化廠; pinyin: Shùlín Lèsè Fénhuà Chǎng) is an incinerator in Shulin District, New Taipei, Taiwan. The construction of the plant started in 1992 and completed in 1995. It began its commercial operation the same year. The plant has a capacity of treating 450 tons of garbage per day in each of its three boilers. The plant is accessible within walking distance south west of Shanjia Station of Taiwan Railways Administration. Air pollution in Taiwan About Us. Shulin Refuse Incineration Plant. Retrieved 12 April 2017 ...
In the context of resource conservation, incineration of domestic wastes is a technique allowing an interesting potential in energy valorization. However, because of the variability (annual, monthly) in quality and quantity of raw material, one of the characteristics of waste incineration cogeneration power plants is their frequent partial or excess loading. In order to describe their behaviour at these non-nominal loads, there is a need for simulation tools which predict with accuracy the behaviour of the principal components of the plant at these loads. This paper presents an original approach for predicting the heat transfer in a waste incinerator. In particular, the model developed is applied to and validated with measurements from a waste incinerator located at the Cottendart waste incineration cogeneration power plant in Switzerland. The part of the incinerator studied is characterized by high gas temperatures (1 000-500°C) for which radiative heat transfer represents the most important ...
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- The purpose of this paper is to examine changes in levels of voluntary environmental disclosures of Cimpor and Secil in response to increased public awareness of its activities resulting from the co‐incineration controversy in Portugal., - The annual reports of Cimpor and Secil for the period 1994‐2003 are analysed. The extent of environmental disclosure directly relating to the co‐incineration and the locations of the co‐incineration sites is also assessed., - Findings suggest that Cimpor used environmental disclosure as a mechanism of managing its legitimacy which was threatened by the co‐incineration controversy. However, the strategy adopted by Cimpor may be described as one of trivializing or skirting the issue, by not directly addressing it. Secil has directly addressed the issue since its inception., - First, only two companies and their reaction to one environmental event are examined. Second, only annual reports are analysed. Third, the content analysis method employed simply
INCINERATOR AIR POLLUTION CONTROL (APC) CAPACITY SIMULATION PROJECT The client operates a hazardous waste incineration facility. The incineration process has an air pollution control system (APC) to remove contaminants from the combustion gases generated during the incineration process. The APC consists of three (3) wet scrubbing steps - saturator, condenser, and high energy (venturi) scrubber, followed by a baghouse filtration system. Draft for the combustion and APC processes is provided by an induced draft fan. Solids in the combustion gas accumulate and plug the process side of the plate-and-frame heat exchangers utilized in the condensing step. Plugged heat exchangers lead to poor heat transfer and higher condenser outlet temperatures, which in turn lead to reduced system capacity.. Process Engineering Associates, LLC (PROCESS) was contracted by the client to assist the clients process engineer in modeling the overall APC process utilizing PROCESS (and the clients) licensed commercial ...
The level and influencing factors of dioxin in breast milk of lactating women around the waste incineration plant, Lei Ma, Xie Chen, Min Zhao
Society continues to generate more waste and to change this alarming trend; strong political and industrial measures are urgently needed.. Despite what industry and governments would like people to believe,incineration is not a solution to the worlds waste problems, but partof the problem.. Incinerators may reduce the volume of solid waste, but they do notdispose of the toxic substances contained in the waste. They create thelargest source of dioxins, which is one of the most toxic chemicalsknown to science.. Incinerators emit a wide range of pollutants in their stack gases,ashes and other residues. The filters used to clean incinerator stackgases produce solid and liquid toxic wastes, which also need to bedisposed.. The only way to improve the situation is to avoid toxic waste production by improving our products and processes.. Public opposition to incineration isgrowing worldwide. People are recognising that there is no place forthe incineration of waste in a sustainable society.. ...
The management of municipal solid waste (MSW), particularly the role of incineration, is currently a subject of public debate. Incineration shows to be a good alternative of reducing the volume of waste and eliminating certain infectious components. Moreover, Municipal Waste Incinerators (MWI), are reported to be highly hygienic and apart from that MWIs are immediately effective in terms of transport (incinerators can be built close to the waste sources) and incinerations nature. Nevertheless, the emissions of many hazardous substances make the Municipal Waste Incineration (MWI) plants to be unpopular. Metals (especially lead, manganese, cadmium, chromium and mercury) are concentrated in fly and bottom ashes. Furthermore, incomplete combustion produces a wide variety of potentially hazardous organic compounds, such as aldehydes, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH), chlorinated hydrocarbons including polychlorinated dibenzodioxins (PCDD) and dibenzofurans (PCDF), and even acid gases, ...
Actually, only half of the C134 will be gone in 8 months. It will not be FAPP [For All Practical Purposes] gone-gone for another 19 years and some months. Per the adage that it takes 10 half-lives to decay away, FAPP.. The heart issues of workers at Daiichi (particularly the older ones, whose hearts no doubt suffered some wear and tear due to having lived that long), and now at this incineration plant, are quite likely associated with cesium exposure. Plus exposures to isotopes close to cesium on the scale, which may in a rush of intaken isotopes, forming temporary bio-bonds which would normally be eliminated much quicker than the cesium would be.. Remember hearing rumors of school kids suffering sudden and surprising heart issues in the area? Its all related. And further related to the 30-40% of children in the worst exposure areas now having thyroid nodules. It will get worse, day by day, week and month and year… everybody in the nuclear world and its regulatory lapdogs knows it. They ...
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EPA promulgated new source performance standards (NSPS) and emission guidelines (EG) for new and existing other solid waste incineration units (OSWI). The final rules for OSWI units fulfill the requirements of sections 111 and 129 of the Clean Air Act (CAA), which require EPA to promulgate NSPS and emission guidelines for solid waste incineration units. The final rules, which address only the incineration of nonhazardous solid wastes, will protect public health by reducing exposure to air pollution.. ...
Get this from a library! Thermodynamic data for waste incineration. [American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Research Committee on Industrial and Municipal Wastes.]
Subject: Re: Incineration Questions From: [email protected] (Jack Painter) Date: Jan 12 1996 Newsgroups: sci.environment In article ,[email protected]>, (William Fuller) [email protected] says... /snip/ >Here are some primary questions that I hope someone might >be able to answer (with reference if available). >Is there any pending legislation on incineration? Always. Call EPA and request the report of the workshop group on Basic Industrial Furnaces (BIF) waste burning # EPA-A530-R-94-046 Jan 95. It has good discussion on the answers you should have for opponents of burning anything that didnt come from their mothers breast. >Does anyone have current data on the amount of waste produced, >and the percentages that are recycled, landfilled, and incinerated? >[this can be municiple, hazardous, medical] In paritcular the US >or Louisiana. EPA released a Windows 3.1 multi-media program on waste management in 1995 that EPA knew had gross inaccuracies concerning the alleged ...
Burning waste in cement kilns is another form of incineration, and it wastes resources and results in emissions that are harmful to peoples health.. In order to make cement, high temperature kilns (reaching temperatures of up to 1500°C) are needed to produce the clinker that is ultimately ground up and made into cement. Traditionally, coal is used in these kilns, but in the past two decades many alternative fuels have been used. The term alternative fuel has often been used to disguise the fact that this fuel is actually waste.. Cement kilns are neither properly designed for this purpose, nor are they held to the same regulatory standard as other incinerators. The types of waste that cement companies try to burn include used solvents, spent tires, waste oil, paint residue, biomass such as wood chips, treated wood and paper, municipal solid waste, medical waste, and sewage sludge. These are added, along with coal, to the kilns. The cement industry uses these materials because they are ...
So far we have looked at the disturbing unreliability of the existing pro-TDF studies, the special problems posed by burning tires in paper mill boilers, and the alarming lack of knowledge about a wide range of potential dangers that tire incineration may pose to the health and safety of our communities and the environment. This next section will take a closer look at the existing record and find that even based on the limited knowledge that exists, it is already clearly evident that tire incineration is dangerous.. Below is a breakdown of some of the condemning test data, organized by chemical groupings:. Dioxins and Furans. Dioxins are highly toxic and cause serious health problems, including infertility, learning disabilities, endometriosis, sexual reproductive disorders, birth defects, damage to the immune system and cancer. Dioxin is fat-soluble and once its released into the outside environment, it readily climbs up the food chain, causing average meat and dairy-product consumers to get ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Comparison of immunnological and genotoxicological parameters in automobile emission inspectors exposed to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. AU - Oh, Eunha. AU - Im, Hosub. AU - Kang, Hyung S.. AU - Jung, Woonun. AU - Won, Nam H.. AU - Lee, Eun Il. AU - Sul, Dong Geun. PY - 2006/1/1. Y1 - 2006/1/1. N2 - In this study, we investigated the immunotoxicities of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in 54 automobile emission inspectors and in 84 control subjects, and evaluated associations between immunological and genotoxicological parameters. Specific surface antigens of peripheral lymphocytes, namely, CD3, CD4, CD8, CD19, and CD69 were subjected to measure immune status in automobile emission inspectors and control subjects. T-and B-cells showed no significant differences between automobile emission inspectors and control subjects (p = 0.740 and 0.395). In addition, the ratio of T helper cells to T cytotoxic cells was not deferent (p = 0.144). However, T-cell activation was found to be ...
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Urban sinks accumulate phosphorus and other elements and may serve as sources of secondary raw materials. This paper evaluates phosphorus sources based on their environmental impact. In a life cycle assessment (LCA) the conventional production was used as a yardstick against which tomeasure the performance of two recycling options: spreading of sewage sludge and phosphorus recovery from municipal solid waste incineration fly ash (MSWA). When compared as three gate-to-gate processes, the sludge spreading had the lowest potential environmental impact, except in the impact categories eco- and human toxicity. In the future, the sludge spreading could potentially outperform the conventional process also with regard to toxicity, provided its Hg and Cu content can be reduced. Phosphorus extracted from the MSWA had the highest impact, except in relation to eutrophication. The benefits of avoiding the conventional production were greater than the sludge recycling impacts for all categories except toxicity. When
ECNS) - A non-governmental organization (NGO) report has revealed that 121 waste incineration plants in China have refused to disclose data on their pollution emissions, especially the whereabouts of fly ash, according to caixin.com on Wednesday.. The report suggests that fly ash, which originates from the burning of household rubbish, is not fully understood and could be more damaging than was previously thought. ...
Though plans for mega-incinerator on artificial island by Shek Kwu Chau in Hong Kong look a done deal, still worth looking at alternatives. Plasma Arc Emerging technology; akin to incineration but molecules are more like blasted apart at very high temperatures. Looks very good if read proponents info. December 2009 issue of Scientific American listed among World Changing Ideas: 20 Ways to Build a Cleaner, Healthier, Smarter World, inc:
SED Research Report No. 18: Municipal Incineration Design, A Survey of Engineering Practice. The results of detailed information supplied by numerous Public Works officials concerning the operation of their municipal incinerators is presented. Over 110 replies from various cities in the United States were received out of a total of 230 cities reportedly using incinerators as a method of solid wastes disposal. A comprehensive evaluation of the construction trends and costs is presented. In addition, detailed information on the type of refuse incinerated, the design data for the various incinerator components, and also other appropriate operational factors, including costs, are summarized and reviewed.
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued standards that would decrease emissions of key pollutants from waste incinerators. The EPA rules require incinerators to reduce emissions to a standard known as maximum achievable control technology, or MACT. The Research Council report says compliance with MACT regulations will diminish the exposure of local populations to emissions, but it is unclear what effect compliance will have on a metropolitan or regional scale, since little is known about the risks posed by collective emissions from several incinerators. The committee noted that cumulative emissions of dioxins and metals are of substantial concern since those pollutants are capable of traveling long distances and persisting in the environment. It also recommended that all medical- and municipal-waste incinerators have uniform limits for each pollutant irrespective of plant size, age, or design, as is currently the case for hazardous-waste incinerators ...
2009 erfolgte der Spatenstich für das neue Reststoffheizkraftwerk (RHKW) der Linz AG,das eine sichere Energieversorgung und ordnungsgemäße Abfallentsorgung im Großraum Linz gewährleisten soll. Das RHKW besteht im Wesentlichen aus zwei Anlageteilen: der vorgeschalteten Reststoff-Aufbereitungsanlage mit integriertem Brennstofflager und dem eigentlichen Kraftwerk, das durch Wirbelschichtverbrennung die Energie in den Reststoffen in Wärme umwandelt. Mit dieser Wärme wird im Abhitzekessel heißer Wasserdampf mit hohem Druck erzeugt, der mit einer Dampfturbine verstromt wird; die Restwärme des abgearbeiteten Dampfs wird zur Warmwassererzeugung genutzt. Durch das neue Kraftwerk ist die Linz AG in der Lage, Strom für 37.000 und Fernwärme für 11.000 Haushalte zusätzlich bereitzustellen. ...
For recycling and disposal routes, the distances will vary, depending on each national context [SBA 2012]. Transport distances for different waste types may also vary according to the number of treatment sites. For example, hazardous waste may have the longest transport distance, owing to the limited number of sites, whereas inert waste may have the shortest (http://www.sepa.org.uk/waste/waste_infrastructure_maps.aspx or http://www.landfill-site.com/html/how_many_landfills.php). National waste management plans or waste infrastructure maps may help in identifying the locations of waste management sites.Data may be currently available for transport of waste between the demolition site and sorting plant: e.g. for the French context see the report from [ADEME 2003]. For example, current practice in generic databases or EPD programmes may take into account:- between 10 and 30 km for inert and non-hazardous wastes, as well as for incineration with energy recovery;- around 100 km for hazardous ...
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Straw incineration monitor is a key part of international environmental governance. In the paper,the combination of M ODIS,M UX and TLC remote sensors is used to monitor straw burning fire points a...
While we have no doubt our company is capable of handling the incineration of these materials safely and in full compliance (with state and federal regulators), its clear there are strong concerns that exist about this project in our community, local Onyx manager Art Mathes said in Thursdays editions of the Beaumont Enterprise. U.S. Rep. Nick Lampson, D-Beaumont, had sought to halt any shipment of debris to Texas until the material could be certified as safe to burn. Since the first anthrax case was discovered in early October, 19 people have contracted the disease, and five of those have died.
Fibre Drums Inspire Change in Waste for Incineration Background Thousands of tonnes of hazardous and non-hazardous waste are sent for inc...
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The consent of the people of Okhla which is a must before granting clearances and cumulative impact assessment was never taken. The people of Okhla never gave their consent for this hazardous project in their proximity. There is documentary evidence that the public hearing that was conducted was fake, it was conducted at Saket. The environmental clearance given to the project is also flawed as it has been amended repeatedly to increase the amount of waste treated and energy generated in an apparent effort to grab subsidies being offered by Ministry of New & Renewable Energy (MNRE). The cumulative impact assessment of the pre-existing biomedical waste incinerator and the new municipal waste incinerator has never been done. The emissions from both these units are already becoming part of body burden of residents of Okhla ...
A garbage incineration plant in Osaka was selected for the experiments. It has two garbage incinerations each of which has a daily incineration capacity of 300 tons, and uses the steam from the incineration (34 tons per hour) for its in-house power generation facilities that has an output of 3,000 kW. In the experiments, part of the heat from incineration will be kept in a special storage medium, and subsequently will be transported to office buildings. In addition, the research team will use about 5.5 tons of residual team for low-temperature power generation called binary cycle with the help of a special medium that boils at such a low temperature of 80 degrees centigrade. Kawasaki Heavy will work on the management of the whole project, and Osaka Gas will take charge of the experiments for the transportation of heat. The experiments are scheduled to end by March 2014. The research results will be utilized for the promotion of heat from garbage incineration for the regional energy requirements. ...
By Ali Geering-Kline This week, Maryland Governor Martin OMalley faces a tough decision on whether or not to veto legislation that would place incineration of garbage on the same level with solar and wind power as a source of renewable energy.. Environmental groups and clean energy advocates across the country are urging OMalley to veto this legislation that would grant garbage incineration top-tier renewable energy credit.. Why? The bottom-line is: garbage incineration is not clean energy, and it is not on par with real, legitimate clean energy sources like wind and solar.. Garbage incineration does not actually remove waste, it simply converts it into another form (gas, particulates, ash) and these new forms are typically more hazardous (though less visible) than in the original form. Incinerators can emit a huge variety of chemicals and heavy metals that can threaten our health, and the health of the environment, including known carinogens, endocrine disruptors, and substances that can ...
Atmospheric pollution is of a major public health concern in many large cities worldwide. However, in many cases only a little attention has been given to this issue in developing countries. Example is the case of Alexandria city in Egypt where two municipal solid waste (MSW) dumpsites were located at the east and west directions of the city. One of the main activities leading to this problem includes deposition of compost and incineration of MSW, which contain high levels of heavy metals. Such activities tend to increase the elemental background levels in the surrounding agricultural land driving to adverse temporal and/or spatial variations of heavy metals levels in soils.. Atmospheric deposition of anthropogenic derived chemicals is an important source of environmental pollution. It contributes to the load of pollutants in urban runoff [1, 2].. Municipal Solid Waste management depends on the characteristic of the solid waste including the gross composition, moisture contents, average particle ...
The significant generation of municipal solid waste (MSW) has become a controversial global issue. Pyrolysis and gasification technologies for treating rejects from solid waste disposal sites (SWDSs), for which over 50 % of MSW is attributed to combustible species, have attracted considerable attention. MSW is an alternative energy source that can partly replace fossil resources; there is an increasing awareness that global warming caused by the utilization of fossil resources is occurring.. The goal of this thesis is to realize the efficient and rational utilization of MSW and decrease the harmful impact of pollutants, such as dioxin, HCl, and CO2, on the environment. To achieve this goal, some fundamental studies have been experimentally and numerically conducted to enhance the understanding of the properties of municipal solid waste thermal conversion.. In this thesis, the pyrolysis behaviors of single pelletized recovered fuel were tested. A detailed comparison of the pyrolysis behaviors of ...
Incorporation of waste materials, in this case, municipal solid waste (MSW) and marble residue rich in calcium carbonate in the production of traditional ceramics could give rise to industrial cost savings. At the same time, the utilization and recycling of wastes as a secondary raw material can help solve environmental problems associated with the wastes. In this study, ceramic tile bodies were obtained by adding recycled municipal solid wastes (MSW) and marble residues to standard clay samples. Water absorption capacity and bending strength were measured to evaluate the properties of the resulting ceramic materials. Water absorption increases with an increase in the residue percentage. Addition of waste residues to ceramics also gives rise to a decrease in bending strength. Use of residues in the manufacture of bricks and roofing tiles affects the final properties of these products. The most suitable products were selected based on technological and ceramic behaviour. With respect to the ...
TY - BOOK. T1 - Production of butanol and hydrogen by fermentation techniques using steam treated municipal solid wastes : EU BESTF2 MSWBH. AU - de Vrije, Truus. AU - Claassen, Pieternel A.M.. N1 - Project number BESTF14001. PY - 2018. Y1 - 2018. U2 - 10.18174/463764. DO - 10.18174/463764. M3 - Report. T3 - Wageningen Food & Biobased Research report. BT - Production of butanol and hydrogen by fermentation techniques using steam treated municipal solid wastes : EU BESTF2 MSWBH. PB - Wageningen Food & Biobased Research. CY - Wageningen. ER - ...
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Assessment of waste management technology using BATNEEC options, technology quality method and multi-criteria analysis: . http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2010.12.016. Abstract: Best Available Techniques Not Entailing Excessive Costs (BATNEEC) options, technology quality method and multi-criteria analysis were proposed as means of developing indices for evaluating municipal waste management systems. The proposed indices can be treated as a tool for ranking the system taking into account technical, environmental, economic, social and other objectives, bearing in mind specific features of the area involved. The analysis was made for three different incineration plants (Spittelau in Vienna, Warsaw and Tarnobrzeg) together with alternative waste disposal versions (with or without biogas burning and with MBP Mechanical-Biological Process) and the waste management infrastructure. The results showed that incineration of waste is much more beneficial than disposal. These results conform to the waste ...
A simplified calculational model permits a rapid yet realistic estimate of small, but potential radiological doses to onsite workers and the offsite public as a result of transportation, handling, storage, incineration, and maintenance of waste containing trace amount of radioactive materials which is to be processed at a treatment, storage, and disposal (TSD) facility. The model was developed on the basis of previous detailed studies of eight TSD facilities and builds in the essential features of a TSD facility. The model would provide an understanding of the potential human exposure associated with the radioactive contents in the chemical wastes.
Milieu SPb public limited company, which has foreign capital, is about to build a rubbish incinerator in St. Petersburg able to incinerate 500 thousand tons of garbage each year. The project investments amount to 150-200 million Euros. As Delovoy Peterburg reports, the city Administration has it in mind to support the method of waste incineration, which is no longer used in Europe. DP says that the representatives of Milieu SPb have submitted a letter to the Vice-Governor of St. Petersburg Oleg Virolainen, asking to allocate a land spot to build the incineration facility. The estimated annual capacity of the workshop is 500 thousand tons of solid household waste. Afterwards, the City Planning and Architecture Committee proposed three options to locate the incineration unit. The first is the area next to the Yuzhnaya Steam Power Plant in the Kolpino District, the second area is at the intersection of Moskovsky and Kolpinsky highways in the Pushkin District, and the third one is nearby the testing ...
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Information about Cd distribution inside single municipal solid waste and biomass fly ash particles is fundamental since it affects its leachability. The internal 2D distributions of the main and trace elements in such highly inhomogeneous matrixes were successfully determined by means of the combined synchrotron radiation induced micro X-ray fluorescence (mu-SRXRF) and tomography (mu-SRXRFT) techniques. Scanning mu-SRXRF measurements show Cd elemental distribution within single fly ash particles to be inhomogeneous, but no information can be obtained about its internal distribution. During mu-SRXRFT analysis, single fly ash particles are successively measured by a rotational-translational scan in a VH = 2 x 5 mum(2) microbeam. The 2D internal elemental distribution images, obtained by the modified simultaneous algebraic reconstruction technique algorithm, provide the size and the location of Cd-containing areas together with the location of other measurable elements. Results showed Cd concentration to
Category: Heavy metals and base cations. Effects of acute inhalation exposure to cadmium consist mainly of effects on the lung, such as pulmonary irritation. Chronic effects via inhalation can cause a build-up of cadmium in the kidneys that can lead to kidney disease. Emissions have declined by 84% since 1990. The main sources are residential sector and industrial use of wood and other biomass fuels, which contributed 52% of emissions in 2018. Historically non-ferrous metal manufacture and municipal solid waste incineration were very significant sources. Emissions from non-ferrous metal activities have declined across the time-series, primarily due to the closure of the UKs only primary lead-zinc smelting plant in 2003 and only secondary copper refinery in 1999. Improved controls at Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) incinerators played an important role in emission reductions from 1993 to 1996, and the contribution from the burning of MSW have decreased from 39% of total UK cadmium emissions in 1990 ...
The report describes the incineration of 4100 tonnes of organochlorine wastes by the M/T Vulcanus in an EPA-designated burn area in the Gulf of Mexico under a special permit granted by EPA Region VI. The wastes, containing 63% chlorine, originated from manufacturing processes. The incineration process was monitored by an industrial field sampling team. Waste destruction efficiencies and total combustion efficiencies were determined by five methods, each with independent means of sampling, analysis, and calculation. Incinerator efficiencies of at least 99.9% were observed at waste feed rates of 22 tonnes/hour. The process was carried out at a flame temperature averaging 1535 C and at dwell times calculated to be 0.9 seconds. An automatic waste shutoff system, incorporated into the incineration process, was preset to shut down the waste flow if the flame temperature dropped below 1200 C. The temperature of the process was monitored directly by an optical pyrometer for flame temperature, and ...
Highlights: ► The isotopic signature of δ{sup 13}C-DIC of leachates is linked to the reactivity of MSW. ► Isotopic signatures of leachates depend on aerobic/anaerobic conditions in landfills. ► In situ aeration of landfills can be monitored by isotope analysis in leachate. ► The isotopic analysis of leachates can be used for assessing the stability of MSW. ► δ{sup 13}C-DIC of leachates helps to define the duration of landfill aftercare. - Abstract: Stable isotopic signatures of landfill leachates are influenced by processes within municipal solid waste (MSW) landfills mainly depending on the aerobic/anaerobic phase of the landfill. We investigated the isotopic signatures of δ{sup 13}C, δ{sup 2}H and δ{sup 18}O of different leachates from lab-scale experiments, lysimeter experiments and a landfill under in situ aeration. In the laboratory, columns filled with MSW of different age and reactivity were percolated under aerobic and anaerobic conditions. In landfill simulation reactors, ...
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This statistic represents the rate of metals recovered from municipal solid waste in the United States between 1990 and 2017, by type.
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In this study, we examined 31 samples of varying chemical composition, including samples of soils from gasworks, coke production sites, and sites where wood preservatives were heavily used; ash and soot from municipal solid waste incinerators; antiskid sand; and dust from areas with heavy road traffic. The samples were comprehensively chemically characterized, especially their polycyclic aromatic compound contents, using gas chromatography-time-of-flight mass spectrometry, whereas their biological effects were assessed using dehydrogenase activity, root growth (Hordeum vulgare), reproduction of springtails (Folsomia candida), algal growth (Desmodesmus subspicatus), germinability (Sinapis alba), Vibrio fischeri, DR-CALUX, and Ames Salmonella assays. The number of compounds detected in the samples ranged from 123 to 527. Using the multivariate regression technique of partial-least-squares projections to latent structures, it was possible to find individual compounds that exhibited strong ...
EPA is proposing amendments to the ``Standards of Performance for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills (Landfills NSPS), to the ``Emission Guidelines and Compliance Times for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills (landfills emission guidelines), to the ``National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air...
Biomonitoring of the genotoxic potential of aqueous extracts of soils and bottom ash resulting from municipal solid waste incineration, using the comet and micronucleus tests on amphibian (Xenopus laevis) larvae and bacterial assays (Mutatox and Ames tests ...
Pursuant to the Federal Clean Air Act (CAA or the Act), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is notifying the public that we have received a CAA section 111(d)/129 negative declaration from Louisiana for existing incinerators subject to the Other Solid Waste Incineration units (OSWI) emission guidelines (EG). This negative declaration from Louisiana certifies that incinerators subject to the OSWI EG and the requirements of sections 111(d) and 129 of the CAA do not exist within the jurisdiction of Louisiana. The EPA is accepting the negative declaration and amending the agency regulations in accordance with the requirements of the CAA.. ...
0008] The ash processing systems and methods of the present disclosure, and related inventions, utilize separation and washing processes which capture a greater percentage of metals, produces higher quality metals with higher value, and also produces at least two recycled aggregate products not produced by any prior system or method. In a first representative embodiment of a system and related methods of the disclosure, as illustrated and described with reference to FIG. 1, an incineration byproduct processing system and method processes raw incineration ash A, including by use of a power or shaker screen at 10 with a screen size of approximately 3 inches such that large items great than 3 inches are separated from the ash. This particle size fraction of the waste material is typically large metal pieces and concrete, unburns, etc. The material fraction larger than approximate 3 inch dimension is then separated, manually or automated, at line 12, and any metals are removed for recycling at lines ...
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A method of recovering polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs) from municipal waste sludge includes: (a) measuring a solid content in the municipal waste sludge in terms of a volatile suspended solid in the mun
Hospital waste, medical waste, infectious waste, incinerators, dioxins, furans, particulate matter, carbon monoxide, hydrogen chloride, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, lead, mercury, cadmium ...
The exposure assessment document provides a review and update of information related to exposure to 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (2,3,7,8-TCDD). Several scenarios are constructed to illustrate how contaminated material from contaminated soil, various land disposal situations, and municipal waste incineration can result in exposure to 2,3,7,8-TCDD. Estimates are also provided to show what the human exposure and risk would be via inhalation, dermal contact, and ingestion of contaminated soil. Part One presents an update of previous work and an analysis of key issues related to exposure assessment for chlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins with emphasis on 2,3,7,8-TCDD, such as the behavior of 2,3,7,8-TCDD in soil and sediment, bioavailability from soil, the use of pharmacokinetics for estimating 2,3,7,8-TCDD exposures, and plant uptake. Part Two addresses the application of exposure assessment methods discussed in Part One, in evaluating 2,3,7,8-TCDD exposures from selected situations. Twenty ...
Knowledge on the pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) in landfill leachates, which are an important source of PPCPs in the environment, was very limited. Hence, four sampling campaigns were conducted to determine eighteen PPCPs in the landfill leachates from a landfill reservoir in Shanghai. Five of the target PPCPs were first included in a landfill leachate study. Additionally, their removal from landfill leachates by a full-scale membrane bioreactor (MBR) was illustrated. The results showed fourteen out of eighteen PPCPs were detectable in at least one sampling campaign and achieved individual concentrations ranging from 0.39 to 349μg/L in the landfill leachates. Some PPCPs exhibited higher contamination levels than those reported in other countries. Good removal of PPCPs by MBR led to a largely reduced contamination level (|LOQ to 10.6μg/L) in the treated landfill leachates, which was, however, still much higher than those in municipal wastewaters in Shanghai. To the best of our
Industrial activities: Dioxin is not produced or used commercially in the United States. It is a contaminant formed during the production of some chlorinated organic compounds, including a few herbicides such as Silvex. Over the past decade, EPA and industry have been working together to dramatically reduce the production of dioxin and its release to the environment.. Although environmental levels of dioxins have decreased in the last 30 years, dioxins are extremely persistent compounds and break down very slowly. In fact, a large part of current exposures to dioxins in the United States is due to releases that occurred decades ago (e.g., pollution, fires).. Even if all human-generated dioxins were eliminated, low levels of naturally produced dioxins would remain. EPA and its government partners are looking for ways to further reduce dioxins entering the environment and to reduce human exposure to them.. Other ways dioxins are produced:. Burning: Combustion processes such as waste incineration ...
Of 13 categories, only recycling of solid waste got a red pentagon. Nine categories have a green, three a yellow. Based on that, Maine has more work to do but is doing respectably.. SUSTAINABILITY. Municipal solid waste recycled - red - more work to do. Maine residents, municipalities and businesses recycled nearly 37 percent of municipal solid waste generated in 2015. Maine residents and businesses willingly participate in recycling programs, but many products are lighter in weight than they used to be, said George MacDonald of the DEPs Sustainability Division of the Bureau of Land Resources. Plastic packaging is replacing glass containers, flexible packaging is replacing metal cans. While people are recycling, the weight of recyclables is decreasing, which can contribute to a lower tonnage.. MacDonald expects the recycling rate to improve as residents, businesses and institutions increase efforts to not waste food and support composting. Unused food and food scraps make up about 40 percent of ...
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is approving the ``State Plan submitted by the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico to fulfill the requirements of sections 111(d)/129 of the Clean Air Act for Commercial and Industrial Solid Waste Incineration (CISWI) units. Puerto Ricos State Plan provides...
TY - JOUR. T1 - A hospital-based case-control study of stillbirths and environmental exposure to arsenic using an atmospheric dispersion model linked to a geographical information system. AU - Ihrig, Melanie. AU - Shalat, Stuart L.. AU - Baynes, Colin. PY - 1998/1/1. Y1 - 1998/1/1. N2 - Although adverse reproductive outcomes have been associated with arsenic exposure, the extent and severity of the effects of chronic inhalation of low levels of arsenic on reproduction are not known. We conducted a hospital- based case-control study of stillbirths in a central Texas community that included a facility with more than a 60-year history of producing primarily arsenic-based agricultural products. We collected data on 119 cases and 267 controls randomly selected from healthy livebirths at the same hospital and matched for year of birth. We abstracted medical and demographic data for the period January 1, 1983, to December 31, 1993, from hospital records and estimated socioeconomic status by median ...
Microbial communities and enzyme activities are the main players during municipal solid waste (MSW) composting, but the relationship between microbial communities (i.e., mesophilic and thermophilic ones) and enzyme activities (i.e., dehydrogenase, β-glucosidase, phosphatase and urea) has not been well studied. Therefore, the objective of this work is to determine the enzymes profiles during municipal solid waste (MSW) composting and study the relationship between the mesophilic and thermophilic microbial profiles and enzyme activities. MSW was composted in a bench-scale composting reactor. Parameters including temperature, oxygen uptake rate, numbers of microbial populations (mesophilic and thermophilic bacteria and fungi) and enzyme activities were measured. Results showed higher dehydrogenase activities are related to higher numbers of mesophilic bacteria, while higher phosphatase and urea activities are associated with higher numbers of thermophilic fungi and mesophilic bacteria at the later stage
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This list contains emission limit values for polluting substances in waste gases and waste water, assigned according to facility type (i.e., combustion plants (Annex V), waste incineration/co-incineration plants (Annex VI), and installations producing titanium dioxide (Annex VIII)), under Directive 2010/75/EU on Industrial Emissions (Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control - IPPC). For this list, if a substance presents 2 values in the Average sampling duration field, these indicate minimum and maximum average sampling period.. ...
Over 10 years ago, we helped ban burning construction and demolition (C&D) waste in New Hampshire because it is dangerous to our health and environment. But now theres legislation before the Senate that could bring the state backwards.. HB 1515 would allow a dramatic increase in the amount of C&D waste that can be burned in New Hampshire. C&D waste wood is routinely contaminated with toxics and harmful chemicals. Wood used in construction is often coated in lead- or mercury-laced paint or treated with chemicals, and when we burn it, these contaminants are released into the air we breathe.. Live in New Hampshire? Write to your senators today and urge them to oppose HB 1515.. In 2007, activists in New Hampshire passed leading public policy protecting public health and the environment by banning C&D waste incineration. The ban was overturned in 2016, allowing 10,000 tons of C&D waste to be burned per year. HB 1515 would permit corporations in the state to burn much more, as long as its used to ...
Environmental mercury poses a threat to human, animal and environmental health. Emission levels are regulated by legislation such as the Industrial Emissions, Air Quality and Waste Incineration directives and the Minamata Convention. Currently it is not possible to defensibly establish regulatory specifications for concentration levels in European directives as mercury gas generators, used in the field to monitor the levels of elemental and oxidised mercury, are not certified against primary standards. This lack of traceability adversely affects the accuracy and confidence in measurements.. Building upon EMRP projects PartEmission and MeTra and EMPIR project MercOx validated protocols for elemental gas generators will be developed based on direct and indirect comparison with the primary mercury gas standard, allowing SI-traceable certification for these instruments. A protocol for certification of oxidised gas generators will also be established at both low (atmospheric) and high (industrial ...
[288 Pages Report] Plastic Waste Management Market report categorizes the Global market by Service & Equipment (Collection, Recycling, Incineration, Disposal), Polymer (PP, LDPE, HDPE), Source (Commercial, Residential, Industrial), End-Use Sector (Packaging, Construction, Textile)