Definition of Incinerating. Meaning of Incinerating. Synonyms of Incinerating

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Definition of Incinerating

Incinerating
Incinerate In*cin"er*ate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Incinerated; p. pr. & vb. n. Incinerating.] To burn to ashes; to consume; to burn. --Bacon. It is the fire only that incinerates bodies. --Boyle.

Meaning of Incinerating from wikipedia

- is about 2/3 MWh of electricity and 2 MWh of district heating. Thus, incinerating about 600 metric tons (660 short tons) per day of waste will produce...
- An incinerating toilet is a type of dry toilet that burns human **** instead of flushing them away with water, as does a flush toilet. Incinerating toilets...
- needs drying before incinerating. Sewage sludge can be incinerated in mono-incineration or co-incineration plants. In co-incineration, sewage sludge is...
- +incinerate is the third EP by Sphere Lazza, released in 1994 by Arts Industria. The song "Justified?" had previously been released on the Cyberchrist...
- Incinerate is the seventh full-length album by the German thrash metal/death metal band Dew-Scented. This was Uwe Werning's last album with the band. "Exordium...
- collected for recycling is processed in other ways, such as through trash incineration, or not processed at all. In 2019, the Center for International Environmental...
- detected by X-ray microanalysis with 2-4 times sensitivity gained after incineration of sample, due to increased mineral concentration and reduced nonspecific...
- most common WtE implementation. All new WtE plants in OECD countries incinerating waste (residual MSW, commercial, industrial or RDF) must meet strict...
- following table gives the percentages of material that is recycled, incinerated, incinerated to produce energy and landfilled. Environment at a Glance 2015:...
- Carl Friedrich von Siemens perfected the use of this furnace for the incineration of organic material at his factory in Dresden. The radical politician...
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