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Indiana Residents Concerned About Plans to Burn Paint Thinner and Antifreeze at Cement Facility

– January 22, 2016, WHIO

Residents living near a cement-making plant in a small southern Indiana community are worried the plant’s plans to use a new fuel type could pose a public health and environmental threat. 446 more words

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New York Incinerator Dumps Mercury-Laced Wastewater Into River

– by Brian Nearing, January 21, 2016, Times Union

A long-time hazardous waste kiln in Cohoes would have to cut mercury and other pollution spilled into the Mohawk River and a stream that feeds the Hudson River, under a proposed new water pollution permit from the state Department of Environmental Conservation. 728 more words

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Maine Towns Debate Trash Incineration

– by Arlene Karidis, January 20, 2016, Waste Dive

Dive Brief:

About 187 Maine towns and cities are considering new trash services starting in 2018 and, as reported in Bangor Daily News, they have two serious candidates: the Penobscot Energy Recovery Co. 512 more words

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#TDIWH—January 23, 1913: Night soil Incinerator and NYC Death Rate

January 23, 1913: Two articles in Engineering News.

“Night Soil Incinerating Furnace at a Contractor’s Camp.” By Arthur W. Tidd, “The new 500-million-gallons-daily Catskill water-system for New York City, now being built by the Board of Water Supply, necessitates that construction work shall be carried on from the Ashokan Reservoir in the Catskill Mountains to New York City, a distance of approximately 100 miles. 464 more words

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Eight more bands announced for Incineration 2016

Incineration festival in London today announced eight new bands to the 2016 lineup and one cancellation.  Krisiun have cancelled their appearance at the festival, but Origin, Lvcifyre, Saille, Mithras, Cerebral Effusion, Omnipotent Hysteria, Atonement and Engorgement have all been added to the linup. 45 more words

Rutherford County, Tennessee Considers Trash Incineration

– January 19, 2016, Renewable Energy from Waste

Officials in Rutherford County, Tennessee, who rely on a privately owned landfill for municipal solid waste (MSW) disposal, say they are considering waste-to-energy (WTE) alternatives as that landfill draws closer to reaching its capacity. 302 more words

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Incineration announce first bands for 2016

Incineration Fest in London announced today the first 10 bands for their 2016 edition.  This will be the 3rd edition of the festival that started in 2014 and already they are starting to look like an established extreme metal festival. 65 more words