Waste in the Dutch Antilles

Waste in the Dutch Antilles

Our Agent in Bonaire identified a need for a high volume / high capacity incineration solution for the islands general and municipal waste needs. For this to make a real difference it needed to be able to process high volumes while still meeting the stringent emission guidelines in place within the Dutch Antilles. Following in-depth discussions and a detailed analysis with the municipality, we came up with a design to use a customised version of our popular i8-700 general purpose unit. The design incorporated a hydraulic auto-loading ram and customised control panel that allowed almost full automation of the waste destruction process.

Dutch Antilles, Caribbean
Local Government
Waste Type
General and Municipal Waste
Solution Supplied
i8-700G with Autoloader
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I8-700G General Incinerator

It was an honour for INCINER8 to work with such a prestigious agency with the sole intention of bringing effective waste management to a secluded community in need of assistance. After carefully planning and data collection the incinerator supplied was our i8-75A Animal Incinerator with a burn rate of up to 65kg per hour. This was chosen due to its compact size and ease of use, because of the nature of this machine all individuals operating it were trained and given full protective equipment from Inciner8 & the IAEA.

Following on from the IAEA’s guidance and Inciner8’s installation, environmental security is better than ever in the Seychelles and the addition of the incinerator has added to the safety and future prosperity of the farmers and the Island community.

Inciner8 have worked successfully with numerous international organisations over the years. The International Atomic Energy Agency are involved in many projects of this kind across the developing world. Their main aim is to simply improve the quality of lives in the local communities.

International Atomic Energy Agency

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