WASTE INCINERATION PLANTS

- “incineration plant”: each technical establishment used for the incineration of waste by oxidation, including pre-treatment, pyrolysis or other thermal treatment processes (for example, the plasma process), to the extent the products of this are incinerated with or without the recovery of the incineration heat produced. This definition covers the premises and the whole installation with the incinerator, the systems for the supply of waste, fuel and air, provisions for waste gas and waste water treatment as well as the equipment and systems for the regulation of the incineration process and for the continuous registering and monitoring of the incineration conditions.

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- “ash”: the ash from the incineration of waste, including bottom ash and grate ash, with the exception of fly ash;

- “fly ash”: the fine ash from the incineration of the waste, which is accumulated during the dedusting or other treatment of waste gases;