Incineration

Incineration,

Definition of Incineration:

  1. Waste destruction in a furnace by controlled burning at high temperatures. Incineration removes water from hazardous sludge, reduces its mass and/or volume, and converts it to a non-burnable ash that can be safely disposed of on land, in some waters, or in underground pits. However, it is a highly contentious method because incomplete incineration can produce carbon monoxide gas, gaseous dioxins, and/or other harmful substances.

  2. The destruction of something, especially waste material, by burning.

Synonyms of Incineration

Blazing, Blistering, Branding, Burning, Calcination, Carbonization, Cauterization, Cautery, Cineration, Combustion, Concremation, Cracking, Cremation, Cupellation, Deflagration, Destructive distillation, Distillation, Distilling, Flaming, Funeral pile, Oxidation, Oxidization, Parching, Pyre, Pyrolysis, Reduction to ashes, Refining, Scorching, Scorification, Searing, Self-immolation, Singeing, Smelting, Suttee, The stake, Thermogenesis, Vesication

How to use Incineration in a sentence?

  1. Waste disposal by incineration.
  2. Sometimes a project will start off so bad and be a lost cause and you should just use incineration and give up on the whole thing.
  3. Once we were done with incineration , we could get back out to the fresh air and feel relieved cause we were away from the fire.
  4. If you have anything you want to completely dispose of the process of incineration should take care of it for you.

Meaning of Incineration & Incineration Definition