from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. That can be incinerated (destroyed by burning).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being incinerated or reduced to ashes.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being reduced to ashes: as, incinerable matter.
Moreover, the theory asserted that all combustible, or incinerable, things are composed of phlogiston, and another principle, or, as was often said, another element, which is different in different kinds of combustible substances.
About 595 TPA incinerable hazardous waste and about 73 TPA recyclable waste is generated from South Delhi, which is about 34 per cent of the total incinerable waste generation and 12 per cent of the total recyclable waste generation in the city.
But other incinerable substances were found so fresh, that they could feel no singe from fire.
Prompted by the accident, the Central Pollution Control Board (cpcb) in April 2008 set up a committee under its former adviser R K Garg to stipulate detailed and explicit guidelines for storage of incinerable hazardous waste at captive incinerators and tsdfs, which are landfills with or without incinerators.
The advanced oil filter system eliminates oil spills and contains an incinerable filter element-more efficient disposal than the typical spin-on filters, which are disposed of in landfill sites.
s were not bound by any time limit for storing hazardous incinerable waste, though being reactive and inflammable, the waste is risky to store - beil and the factory inspector in Ankleshwar believe the April fire occurred due to a reaction between the waste and the steel drum in which it was stored.