Incinerators are increasingly rare in the U.S. and not seriously used as replacement for landfills, but there are a handful of waste corporations that do utilize them. A plant in Iowa, built in 1975, was the first municipally owned incineration facility and is still in operation today. It produces “refuse-derived fuel” which it sends to local power plants. Clean Harbours, an environmental waste disposal corporation, runs a few independently operated incinerators across the U.S. WTI-Heritage, a similar company, has one incinerator that it uses which is located in Ohio.
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