Waste burning study suggests need for wider dioxin controls

Studies of emissions from waste burning processes by Warren Spring Laboratory (WSL) have shown that major improvements in combustion control and abatement techniques will be needed to comply with the requirements of the Environmental Protection Act 1990. The findings suggest that new controls on dioxin emissions may be needed for the combustion of tyres, wood and straw - and perhaps coal.

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