The incinerator plants destroy garbage with the help incineration. It means, that the waste is destroyed in the furnaces at the temperature from 400 to 1500 degrees. During the incineration of waste, a whole range of harmful substances is formed, which is released into the atmosphere through the chimney and with ash. It are nitrogen and sulfur oxides, hydrogen chloride and fluoride, carbon monoxide, toxic metals (mercury, lead, bismuth, antimony), polyaromatic hydrocarbons – benzapyrene, fluoranthene.
In a hydrogen inverter, garbage is disposed of using a plasma-chemical reaction that takes place in a closed space without access to atmospheric air. As a result of the reaction at the molecular level, the garbage is torn from the inside. After disposal, the ash residue remains from the waste, with a volume of not more than 2% of the volume of waste loading, which is involved in the destruction of the next MSW loads, and an environmentally safe combustible vapor-gas mixture that goes into the atmosphere. If necessary, it can be used for the needs of housing and communal services.