Table 10112 Classification Of Wastes To Be Incinerated

Classification of Waste Type and Description

Principal Components

Approximate Composition, % by Weight

Moisture

Content,

%

Incombustible Solids, %

Value/lb of Refuse as Fired

Requirement for Auxiliary Fuel Btu per lb of Waste

Recommended Minimum Btu Burner Input per lb Waste

Density lb/cu ft

0 Trash

Highly combustible waste, paper, wood, cardboard cartons, and up to 10% treated papers, plastic or rubber scraps; commercial and industrial sources

Trash 100

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