Q. What Is Burned in an Incinerator?
A. Clean Harbors is a permitted incineration facility in Deer Park that stores and treats hazardous, non-hazardous, Toxics Substances Control Act, and medical waste. Clear Harbors also provides incineration services for witness burns to the Drug Enforcement Agency, Department of Homeland Security, and various police forces. One of its kilns can burn 20,909 lbs/hr of waste at 1906 0 Fahrenheit or more and 16,848 lbs/hr of liquids in its afterburner at 2112 0 F. A second kiln can burn 23,545 lbs/hr at a normal operating temperature of 1968 0 F. The rotary reactor kiln can handle 15,892 lbs/hr of soils and other materials at 1429 0 F. The facility is permitted to burn both solid and liquid hazardous waste. Haircolor is one of the common nonhazardous wastes they incinerate. (#7 – November 2016 – Clean Harbors Deer Park)
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