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Incineration of Hazardous Waste

How Sheetala Waste Management performs the services ?

Incineration is a high temperature, thermal destruction oxidation process in which hazardous wastes are converted in the presence of oxygen in air into gases and incombustible solid residue. The gases are vented into the atmosphere after passing through adequate air pollution control system to meet emission guidelines while the solid residue (incineration ash) is sent to authorized landfill for disposal. 

The incinerator is cater for the disposal/ destruction of incinerable hazardous waste generated from various industries in nearby areas of the proposed project site. The rotary kiln with secondary combustion chamber incinerator will charge Hazardous Wastes – primarily solids but would also be flexible enough to incinerate liquid, highly viscous and semi solid forms of hazardous waste. 

The primary chamber in a rotary kiln incinerator consists of an inclined refractory lined cylindrical tube. Movement of the cylinder around its axis helps to maintain the movement of waste. In the primary chamber, the solid fraction is converted into gases, by means of volatilization, destructive distillation and partial combustion reactions. 


The fire and high temperature in the chamber cause the natural and a portion of the waste squanders to be changed over from solids or fluids into hot gases. These hot gases go into max engine thrust. Any inorganic materials (metals, for example, zinc or lead) that have not been changed over into gases drop out as debris toward the finish of the furnace, into a compartment, for additional administration.

Max engine thrust atomized fluid squanders or potentially supplemental fuel are infused into max engine thrust, where temperatures are ordinarily kept up at 2000F or on the other hand higher. These atomized fluids and the hot gases entering max engine propulsion from the furnace are blended in with air and went through the hot fire in max engine propulsion. The warmth and fire separate the concoction obligations of the vaporous and atomized natural mixes into iotas. These molecules recombine with oxygen from the air in the chamber to frame stable mixes basically made out of non-unsafe synthetic substances, for example, carbon dioxide and water (i.e., steam).

The gases leaving the optional chamber are cooled rapidly inside for five seconds and cleaned in the APCS. The APCS evacuates particulates (little strong issue) and the staying risky constituents, for example, metals which were not decimated by the burning procedure down to levels built up as protected by the guidelines and the office’s grants.

Controls and observing Operation inside the key parameters of the burning procedure are guaranteed by frameworks of screens and PC controls. These frameworks make programmed changes in accordance with key capacities as important. For instance, if temperatures start to dip under wanted levels, supplemental waste fills are naturally infused. On the other hand, if temperatures ascend over the ideal range, squander takes care of are diminished or halted.

Every single managed incinerator has squander feed shorts (WFCOs) to guarantee defensive activities. WFCOs naturally stop the taking care of waste into the incinerator if any of the key parameters even immediately falls outside the limited scope of working necessities.

There is likewise ceaseless observing of vent gases and recording of key pointers, so a perpetual record is kept up, checking activity of the incinerator inside these parameters. These parameters are transferred to the cloud servers of CPCB and SPCB continuously.

Our Incineration Process

Chemicals Used

  • Activated Carbon
  • Lime
  • Caustic Soda
  • Silica
  • Sodium Hydroxide
  • Alum

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