Incinerators used will be restricted to daylight hours of operation. This includes shutdown, cleaning and maintenance.
Waste streams shall not be mixed during the incineration process and the ash collection chamber will be cleaned when a
different waste stream is to be incinerated. The business will provide the contractor with a list of items that could be
incinerated. The bins must be
offered by the contractor to the exact same design as the storage containers for the raw waste streams and feature a lid design
that prevents contamination from water.
Ash from each waste stream will be sent for lab analysis after each initial incineration by the business and at
intervals decided by the Company thereafter. Contractor will be required to collect ash samples for analysis as
directed by the organization. The Contractor will be responsible for the safety of samples taken to reduce contamination
until set by the business or designated courier.
Ash will be disposed of at the direction of the Organization. It is the responsibility of the Contractor to make sure the ash
isn’t compromised until final disposal. Company will provide additional storage area for ash if and as required.
The delivery schedule for the device with capacity 100 kg/h requested is no greater than 10 weeks and 14 weeks for the
unit with capacity 150 kg/h. These timelines include unit mobilization.
WASTE INCINERATORS RECOMMENDATIONS
- Multiple chamber type, horizontal stationary cylindrical body;
- Capacity of 15 kilograms per hour;
ignition, gas regulator, registration and security sensor device for the absence of flame triggering solenoid valve
mounted on the easel supply;
- Burners should be monoblock type with built-in fan, motor, electronic programmer, automatic
- The system should have ventilation for sweeping previous gases before activating the fuel supply to the