Tag: incineration

    Should we burn what cannot be recycled? Part II

    In a previous publication, we’ve borrowed a few facts from O-Zero posts about how incinerators work and what the consequences of their activities are. Let’s continue. A simple and affordable “burn everything” service creates a market for new plants, doesn’t reduce waste and contributes to global warming. Actually, incineration is the only option for disposing […]

    Should we burn items that cannot be recycled?

    The culture of waste management is developing rapidly. Until the 2000s, we hardly knew about the importance of sorting, nor about the separate disposal of hazardous waste, nor about incineration. And although incineration as a method of waste disposal appeared a long time ago (the first factories in New York were established in 1895), only […]