When people hear the term incineration, it sometimes brings to mind images of just mere destruction. The truth is that incineration is a key part of the recycling world. Here are some ways incineration works to help you live in a safer and healthier world.
Some things are not able to be recycled safely. When it comes to biohazardous waste, incineration is the safest and most sanitary disposal method. This protects everyone from biological hazards that can harm the environment or spread disease among humans and animals alike.
Neutralization procedures are also key for proper disposal of some wastes. Incineration Recycling Services will treat and incinerate waste for you as well as provide a certificate of destruction or other documents so you can meet compliance standards.
Landfills have their place in the world of waste disposal, but it goes without saying that they take up a lot of land that could be used for other purposes. There is also the fact that landfills require protective barriers and other methods to prevent leaching of waste into the water table and throughout the environment. As you can imagine, these barriers can leak or be penetrated over time regardless of how much care is taken.
During the incineration process, some energy can be reclaimed and used to generate electrical power. This makes incineration a much greener choice than a lot of people might have imagined. Ask us about energy generation today.
We always do our best to make the most environmentally sound yet industry compliant choice. Some of your materials may be suitable for incineration while others may be able to be salvaged and resold or even just recycled. Our goal is to meet your recycling and waste disposal needs at the lowest cost to you without sacrificing quality of service in any way.
Breaking Through Stereotypes
If you are part of a larger corporation, then you may need to convince some others about how green incineration can be. We can help give you the facts so your company can make the most conscientious choice. Many people still assume that incineration is an easy but dirty way to dispose of waste. The disposal business has come a long way over the years so breaking down these stereotypes is important for future energy generation.