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Last edited 15 Sep 2020
The London Plan, Published by the Mayor of London in March 2016, suggests that incineration refers to: ‘The burning of waste at high temperatures in the presence of sufficient air to achieve complete combustion, either to reduce its volume (in the case of municipal solid waste) or its toxicity (such as for organic solvents and polychlorinated biphenyls). Municipal solid waste incinerators recover power and/or heat. The main emissions are carbon dioxide, water and ash residues.’
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