The System of Waste Incineration
Journal/Book: Natur- und Ganzheitsmedizin Wissenschaft und Praxis. 1990; 3/5: 137-140.
Abstract: Waste incineration is a primitive way of getting rid of one's waste. It is selfperpetuating as the supply of waste incineration rates needs to be granted. The presence of a waste incineration plant requires a constant amount of waste to be incinerated; thus it prevents basic changes. A balance of energy, raw materials, and pollutants of waste incineration plants shows a negative result. If we also take the effects an the environment into account, which are caused by building a waste incineration plant, then we find out that such a plant creates more waste and pollutants than its use can ever get rid of. The system of waste incineration is irrational - it is based an the traditional myth of the clensing effect of fire.