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The Eddith Thermolysis Process: a Ground-Breaking Solution for Clean Treatment of Wastes

Abstract : The current regulations concerning atmospheric pollutant discharge by incinerators, and the determination of public authorities to do away with waste dumps as of the beginning of the next decade are leading to a heavy demand for new installations. Areas which still use the dump method will have to equip themselves with purpose-built plants, and incinerators built more than twenty years ago will in many cases have to make way for more efficient units which meet the requirements of the legislators. In all, more than 200 new installations should be erected within the next ten years in France alone. The market prospects are even greater in Europe as a whole, since the problem of waste disposal exists under very much the same conditions in neighbouring countries.
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G. H. Martin, E. Marty, P. Flament, R. Willemin. The Eddith Thermolysis Process: a Ground-Breaking Solution for Clean Treatment of Wastes. Revue de l'Institut Français du Pétrole, EDP Sciences, 1998, 53 (2), pp.217-224. ⟨10.2516/ogst:1998020⟩. ⟨hal-02078970⟩



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