Since the 1970's, humans have treated wastewater to protect human and ecological health from waterborne diseases. There are approximately 14,000 waste water treatment plants in the US alone and they generate over 13.8 million tons (dry weight) of sludge annually.
With the number of patients from the COVID-19 pandemic in the millions, an increase in the amount of medical waste laden with the virus is guaranteed. In Wuhan alone, where the coronavirus first emerged, officials not only needed to build
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To begin to answer this question, we first must take a look at what makes gasification and incineration different. Incineration is defined as high temperature destruction of waste (i.e. municipal solid waste) in a furnace to a non-burnable ash form that