There are two ways to use waste to create energy.
Incinerators use a large amount of air to burn solid waste and produces polluntants that can only be treated after combustion. 480 more words
The other day we received a team of Japanese experts and university students at our incineration plant while it’s still in the midst of construction. Other than general meet & greet, getting to know what we do blah blah, we wanted to have a more in-depth and eye-opening discussion around the actual situation of Municipal Waste Management in Vietnam, typically from the economic and policy standpoints. 1,128 more words
Kodak’s Deadly Dioxin as reported by Citizens Coalition in 2002.
Kodak’s hazardous waste incinerator, Building 218, Kodak Park, Rochester, NY
The United State Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Draft Dioxin Reassessment report, concluded for the first time that dioxin is a “human carcinogen” and that virtually every American has a body load of dioxin that is at or near levels shown to cause health effects. 6,439 more words