Class A Continuous-Flow Microwave System
Abstract:The Burch Biowave process combines the unique dehydrating and pathogen-destroying ability of microwaves with the convective and evaporative properties of heated air. It is a continuous-flow system capable of producing Class A, Exceptional Quality biosolids. This relatively new technology is patented in the United States and several foreign countries. The process was developed in Canada in the 1990's, for treating medical waste.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2004
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