Canadian Experience – Medical Waste Combustion. Prepared for the CEC North American Strategy for Catalyzing Cooperation on Dioxins, Furans and HCB Source Control Workshop April 17-18, 2008 Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico. Overview of Medical Waste Incinerators in Canada.
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Prepared for the CEC North American Strategy for Catalyzing Cooperation on Dioxins, Furans and HCB
Source Control Workshop
April 17-18, 2008
Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico
1 – Environment Canada, Canadian Inventory of Releases of PCDDs/PCDFs, Updated Edition, February 2001
2 – A.J. Chandler and Associates Ltd., Review of Dioxins and Furans from Incineration, prepared for the Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment, 2007. http://www.ccme.ca/assets/pdf/1395_d_f_review_chandler_e.pdf
1 Stack concentrations of dioxins and furans will be corrected to 11% oxygen content
3 Larger facilities must achieve this stack concentration as confirmed by annual testing.
4 Smaller facilities must make determined efforts to achieve this stack concentration.
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