Thermal treatment

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Thermal treatment is any waste treatment technology that involves high temperatures in the processing of the waste feedstock. Commonly this involves the combustion of waste materials.

Systems that are generally considered to be thermal treatment include:

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Weblinks[edit]

  • Germany and thermal treatment – an exemplary German company: REMEX Mineralstoff GmbH
  • Recycling solutions for tar contaminated stratification material – thermal treatment and ts.verwertung in Germany