Air Permits for Incinerators
Do you know of Emissions for the
Hospital Waste Incinerator?
Question regarding air permits for incinerators: In South Carolina we are being told by DHEC and USEPA that we will need to add emission & temperature monitoring as well as applying for a Air Permit. Do you know of an exemption?
Answer: Thank you for contacting us! We typically urge customers to check with their local agencies and governments to verify regulations that need to be met. If you are being told by those agencies in your location that you need the following items, it is probably best to follow their guidelines to help you stay in compliance.
For additional information regarding air permits, you can check out the EPA Air Permit Programs Page. Here you can find information on why these air permits for incinerators are required and how they can be obtained in your location.
Using a Medical Waste Incinerator
Anytime a customer is planning on using one of our incinerators, we do urge them to check with their local areas and authorities with regards to permits and regulations. Due to the fact that all areas and governments have different requirements, it is always best to check with your specific county, state or local officials on requirements for drug, medical waste, trash or solid waste disposal.
However, all of our incinerators are designed for ease of use and do not require special training in order to operate the unit. For more information and specifications on these units, please feel free to check out our Medical Waste Incinerator Page. Units are designed to run on diesel or #2 fuel oil and electricity.