Large incinerators – INDUSTRIAL INCINERATORS – specs below.
2.) Size requirement for the incinerators is 750 — 850 kg capacity
3.) The bum rate should be 80 LL 100 kg/ hour.
4) The primary chamber shouId have an operating temperature of 900 -1200 degree C.
5) The incinerator should hate a high temperature secondary chamber and 2 second gas
retention time at 850- 1150 degree C so that it is suitable for high risk materials.
6). The incinerator should have temperature monitoring and thermostat control for ease of
operation and assurance of bum temperature to confirm correct operation.
7). The incinerator should be capable of burning any of the hazardous wastes listed in the
8) The incinerator should be capable of burning diesel oil and should include a larger fuel
tank (10-500 litres) and generator (3 –40 kV) set that can be carried on the trailer with the
incinerator so that the unit requires no external electrical power supply.
9.) The incinerator should be trailer mounted so that it is a po
Hazardous Waste to be Incinerated
Hazardous solid chemical:
Different types of combustible solids, used textiles, grease, and toner cartridges, chemicals
for water purification and photographic consumables and plastic material, empty
plastic/metal cans that still contain remnant hazardous material, oil absorbent.
Hazardous liquid chemical:
Mainly different types. of Acid, Paint, Varnish, Acetone, White Spirit Aromatic-less
Solvents, Synthetic Liquid for Break Systems, Aircraft De-icing Liquid, Hydraulic and
Compressor oil, Freon, used in some older refrigeration units, Insecticide liquid/spray, air
refresh spray and other similar chemicals.
Mainly diesel or gasoline contaminated by water or solvents.
Used and/or Contaminated oil:
Used motor oils and/or mineral oils unfit for their originally intended use. Mainly motor
and gearbox oil (approximately 80%) contaminated by a mixture of white spirit and acetone (approximately 51%), hydraulic liquid (approximately 5%).
Waste oilshvater, leaches, hydrocarbons/water mixtures, emulsions and leachate.
Soil polluted by oil, fuel or 11 chemicals.
Contaminated soil polluted by chemicals that has to be recycled in landfill.
Contaminated soil—treated and replaced on site.
Oil Contaminated Solids
Rags, Absorbents, Cardboard, oil and fuel filters, air filters are not consider as hazardous materials.
Waste electrical or electronic appliances or assemblies, including printed circuit boards,
containing toxic material and/or heavy metal and/or emitting low radiation.
Used battery cells:
Dry battery, UPS battery or other types, unsorted waste batteries/ battery cells, containing
materials that are hazardouy.
Used lead-acid batteries:
Waste lead-acid batteries, rained/un-drained, and whole or crushed.
Hazardous medical waste:
Clinical and related waste, arising from medical, nursing or similar practices and waste
generated in clinics during the investigation or treatment of patients (bio hazard).
Expired drugs, solid:
Waste pharmaceuticals, drugs and medicines, including sensitive medicines.
Expired drugs Iiquid:
Waste liquid pharmaceuticals, different type liquid chemicals for treatment, medical
grease, and paraffin based xpired medicines.
Expired and/or contaminated fod:
Spoiled fresh food or unusable MRE’s (Meal Ready for Eat – dry food)
Onsite Training and Assem Option for Industrial Incinerators
I. The bidders should includ 1a price in their offer for training in a central location ( Goma or
Bukavu) approximately 15 staff in the operation and maintenance of the