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location of new incinerator

location of new incinerator

location of new incinerator

in our plant we want to install new incinerator in ETP area (effluent treatment plant).

What are the criteria that must be taken into account in determining the location (safty and operation).
Please provide me with any reference could help me in this regard.

We hope you technical assistance to determine the installation of isopentane incinerator site.

thank you

RE: location of new incinerator

Is it not profitable to compress and recycle this iC5 back to the naphthta cracking furnaces?

RE: location of new incinerator

iC5 is also a valuable petrochem feedstock, so if you have excess, have you considered storage and sales? Dont see why this stream is regarded as a waste stream with HSE concerns.

RE: location of new incinerator

we use isopentane in polypropylene plant in the catalyst preparation area.

And after use becomes accompanied by carcinogenic substances. so for safety consideration we must burn it.

sorry for my English (I'm Arabic)

Thank for your valuable feedback

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