Some of the most difficult products that need disposing are often put through a much harsher process known as incineration. The incinerators are normally found in large factories that deal with waste products or disposal of waste products. They are mostly used to dispose of bovine carcasses, poultry, chemical products or anything else where burial is not enough. How does this process work and what exactly is incineration?
In simple terms incineration is the process of that treats waste though combustion of organic materials. This is an extremely high temperature treatment and is quite often referred to as the thermal treatment. The waste products are turned into ash, particulates, flue gases and heat that can also be used to generate electric power. Any harmful pollutants left behind from the flue gases are dispersed into the atmosphere.