Table 11141 Summary Of Incinerator Destruction Test Work



Destruction Efficiency of Principal Component (%)

Shell aldrin (20% granules) Shell aldrite Atrazine (liquid) Atrazine (solid) Para-arsanilic acid Captan (solid) Chlordane 5% dust

Chlordane, 72% emulsifiable concentrate and no. 2 fuel oil Chlorinated hydrocarbon, trichloropropane, trichlorethane, and dichloroethane predominating Chloroform DDT 5% oil solution DDT (solid)

DDT 10% dust

20% DDT oil solution

DDT 25% emulsifiable concentration

DDT 25% emulsifiable concentrate

DDT oil 20% emulsified DDT waste oil—1.7% PCB DDT powder

Dieldrin—15% emulsifiable concentrate Dieldrin—15% emulsifiable concentrates and 72% chlordane emulsifiable concentrates (mixed 1:3 ratio) Diphenylamine-HCl Ethylene manufacturing waste GB (C4H10O2PP) Herbicide orange

Hexachlorocyclopentadiene Acetic acid, solution or kepone Toledo sludge and kepone coincineration Lindane 12% emulsifiable concentrate Malathion

Malathion 25% wet powder Malathion 57% emulsifiable concentrate Methyl mathacrylate (MMA) 0.3% Mirex bait



Nitroethane Phenol waste Picloram

Picloram, (tordon 10K pellets) PCBs

PCB capacitors

MC 99.99

MC 99.99

MC 99.99

MC 99.99

MS 99.999

MC 99.99

LI 99.99

LI 99.999

HT 99.92

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