nonburnable

nonburnable

(ˌnɒnˈbɜːnəbəl)
adj
incapable of being burned, not combustible
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(18) The practice of removing human wastes and nonburnable trash to the beach helps explain why archaeologists before and during the restoration discovered only a few shallow trash sites on the property dating to Bandini's time.
* Soldiers threw nonburnable debris into the burn pit, causing it to fill up quickly and resulting in the need to dig a new emergency pit.
And keeping the nonburnable material out of the burn pit greatly extended the life of the pit.
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The Tokyo metropolitan will compensate some 50 residents in Suginami Ward for health problems caused by toxic emissions from a compression facility there for nonburnable garbage, officials said Friday.
Also, removal of nonburnable components results in the production of less ash and fewer hazardous by-products of incineration.