Any device or system that uses combustion and/or thermal oxidation to destroy or reduce an industrial waste can be classified as an industrial waste incinerator. Most commercial, industrial, municipal and institutional wastes are classified by composition and heating value.
In 1968, the Incinerator Institute of America used general classifications to define waste streams. While these classifications are broad and somewhat outdated (the definition and composition of these waste streams have changed with advances in technology, products and services), they still serve as a reference for industrial waste incinerators.
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