Air emission requirements establish limits on the quantity of contaminants that can be launched into the ambience. These standards are revealed as a focus in the exhaust gases leaving the stack as well as can being accomplished making use of usually available incineration innovation and waste diversion methods. The complying with emission standards1 relate to existing, new or broadening solid waste incinerators running in Nunavut and have been taken on from the Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment (CCME) Canada-Wide Criteria for Dioxins as well as Furans and Mercury Emissions, specifically. Comparable criteria for the open burning of solid waste have not been developed.
Table 1. Air Emission Requirements for Solid Waste Incinerators
Specification Numeric Standard Description
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