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Incineration

Incineration is a waste treatment process that involves the combustion of organic substances contained in waste materials.Incineration and other high-temperature waste treatment systems are described as "thermal treatment". Incineration of waste materials converts the waste into ash, flue gas, and heat 

JIMAJ ENERGY SERVICES specializes in :

  • Incineration of all solid, liquid and gaseous wastes.
  • Energy recuperation for the heating product, electricity by steam or thermal flow.
  • Gas treatment after incineration through very high temperature of post-combustion.
  • Gas cleaning systems through wet or dry process in order to neutralize and filter out dust, chlorine, dioxins...

Mobile incinerators

Mobile Incinerators in container for hospital, animal and industrial waste.

  • With full equipment
  • Easy moving
  • Competitve price
  • Respecting environment
  • Low maintenance cost
  • Autonomous resistant
  • Total waste disposal

Range mobile incinerator

Mobile incinerator CP30M

Hourly destruction capacity from 30 to 40 Kg/h

Mobile incinerator CP50M

Hourly destruction capacity from 50 to 60 Kg/h

Mobile incinerator CP80M

Hourly destruction capacity from 70 to 80 Kg/h

Mobile incinerator CP100M

Hourly destruction capacity from 100 to 120 Kg/h

Mobile incinerator HP500M

Hourly destruction capacity : 150 Kg/h

 

 

Medical Incinerators

The complete destruction of waste from health cares and hospitals  by JIMAJ ENERGY Services are listed below

  • Infectious waste: laboratory cultures, waste from isolation wards, excreta, materials in contact with infected patient, waste suspected to contain pathogens.
  • Pathological waste: body parts, blood, fetuses, other body fluids, human tissues.
  • Sharps: needles, infusion sets, knives, blades, glass.
  • Pharmaceutical waste: expirebottles, boxes.
  • Genotoxic waste: cytostatic drugs, genotoxic chemical
  • Chemical waste: laboratory reagents, disinfectants.
  • Low level radioactive waste: unused liquids from radiotherapy, glassware, absorbent paper, urine.
  • Materials used to prepare anti-cancer chemotherapy.
  • Out of date drugs and medicaments.
  • Waste from non conventional transmissible agents (Bovine spongiform encephalo pathy).
  • Contamined animals.           

 

Industrial waste

The destruction and energetic upgrading of industrial waste made of plastic, tar, resins, paints textiles fabrics

  • Solid waste such as plastic (including PVC), rubber, boards, wood, paint.
  • Liquid waste such as phenolic waste water, solvents, contamined oils, sludge at a station or filter press outlet and all bitumen waste...
  • Gaseous waste such as volatile organic compounds at baking oven outlets...

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