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in·cin·er·a·tor

 (ĭn-sĭn′ə-rā′tər)
n.
One that incinerates, especially an apparatus, such as a furnace, for burning waste.

incinerator

(ɪnˈsɪnəˌreɪtə)
n
a furnace or apparatus for incinerating something, esp refuse

in•cin•er•a•tor

(ɪnˈsɪn əˌreɪ tər)

n.
a furnace or apparatus for incinerating materials.
[1880–85]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.incinerator - a furnace for incinerating (especially to dispose of refuse)incinerator - a furnace for incinerating (especially to dispose of refuse)
furnace - an enclosed chamber in which heat is produced to heat buildings, destroy refuse, smelt or refine ores, etc.
Translations
موقِد لإحْراق الفَضَلات والقَمامَه
spalovna
forbrændingsovn
szemétégetõ
brennsluofn
spaľovňa
çöp yakma fırını

incinerator

[ɪnˈsɪnəreɪtəʳ] Nincinerador m

incinerator

[ɪnˈsɪnəreɪtər] nincinérateur m

incinerator

n(Müll)verbrennungsanlage f; (= garden incinerator)Verbrennungsofen m; (in crematorium) → Feuerbestattungsofen m, → Verbrennungsofen m

incinerator

[ɪnˈsɪnəˌreɪtəʳ] ninceneritore m

incinerate

(inˈsinəreit) verb
to burn to ashes.
inˌcineˈration noun
inˈcinerator noun
a furnace or other container for burning rubbish etc.
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LAHORE -- A Supreme Court (SC) bench on Sunday sought a detailed report from the Secretary Environment Protection Department (EPD) and Secretary Health Department regarding incinerators installed at the public and private sector hospitals for disposal of the hospital waste.
Incinerator health fears UNITE and GMB shouldn't be surprised about overseas workers being used to construct the new incinerator (Daily Post, 17 November 2017) as the same happened for incinerators at Belvedere and Shrewsbury.
As an intervention, incinerators have been installed by attaching with outer wall of girls' toilet to manage the menstrual waste in schools.
EPA Clean Air Act rules that came into effect in 2016 require sewage sludge incinerators to meet stringent emissions standards for 10 pollutants, to test emissions, and to institute procedures to limit emissions.
But we must remember, in addition to greenhouse gas emissions that exacerbate climate change, incinerators (including gasification and pyrolysis plants) emit many toxins and pollutants and give rise to public health concerns.
Incinerators play a big role in filthy air THE West Midlands is "losing the fight against filthy air" (Birmingham Mail, September 2) because the region has been ignoring the adverse impact of incinerator emissions on health and only sees traffic emissions.
SARGODHA -- Social circles of the city demanded the authorities concerned to install incinerators in hospitals for proper disposal of hospitals waste which is causing health hazard among people.
DEAR Editor, Rates of infant deaths, stillbirths, low birthweight babies and birth defects are being examined around 22 incinerators, five of which are in the West Midlands: Tyseley, Coventry, Dudley, Wolverhampton and Stokeupon-Trent.
One of two taxpayer-funded incinerators in Broward County that creates energy out of household garbage will close.
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA)'s idea to use incinerators to solve the garbage problems in Metro Manila does not with well with green groups, citing that the technology violates the law and an environmental and health risk.
Since then, the so-called Prosiect Gwyrdd (Green Project), acting for the five councils, has spent more than a million pounds of taxpayers' money lining up a shortlist of incinerators, and finally the Viridor incinerator.
More than 90pc of materials currently disposed of in incinerators and landfills can be reused, recycled and composted.