EMISSION OF FURANS AND DIOXINS AND NOX, MP10. MP2, 5
In the process of thermal treatment of waste mixed with PRE RDF to improve energy efficiency, which takes place in incinerators, cement plants and in CHP plants. Currently used technologies emit toxins, volatile PM 10 particles, PM 2.5, also called the smog aerosol, which can penetrate directly into the blood, NOx, dioxins and furans directly into the environment as one of the greatest poisons of our civilization. In the process of traditional combustion or co-combustion, where solid fuels are burned with plastics, rubber, etc., emissions increase more than 100 times, producing toxic and chemically contaminated ashes without any idea for further and effective disposal.
DANGEROUS PRACTICES IN THE SHADOW OF BIG MONEY
Very often in cement plants, the ashes are mixed with cement, ignoring all the consequences of the harmfulness of this ill practice to humans. The only way, or rather practice, which is used by the producers of toxic ashes is mixing it with concrete and, as caps moulded in the lead, they end up in inactive tunnels. Such practices are also common among some of the plasma incinerators in Western Europe, considered so far as the cleanest waste disposal technology. The process of traditional coal combustion or co-combustion with widely available coal sludges from sedimentation tanks produces a widely demonstrated smog, and co-combustion with biomass also burns RDF plastics (rubber, plastics, PPE and PE and uncontrolled in this area PVC ) etc. Permissible norms are not respected and in many cases, the emission is being understated by over a hundred times. As a result, chimney fumes, as well as toxic and chemically contaminated ashes are produced by heat plants, combined heat and power plants, as well as cement plants without any idea for further and effective disposal.
Toxicity of carbon dioxide and its impact on humans
0.04% - Natural concentration in the atmospheric air,
2.0% - Acceleration of breath by 50%, difficulty in breathing, weakness of the nervous system, visual impairment
3.0% - The maximum exposure time is 10 minutes. 100% increase in breathing speed, fatigue and tinnitus
5.0% - Breathing acceleration by 300%, nausea and headaches may occur after about 1 hour of exposure (the range still tolerated by most people), higher values may result in a renal mass, lung cancer, heart disease and bone disease including pain and arthritis.
8.0% - Limit of short-term exposure - dizziness.
8.0-10% - Headaches after about 10-15 minutes, tearing eyes, increased blood pressure, high pulse, agitation, nausea, in less resistant people - cause death.
10-18% - After a few minutes, tingling, shock, sudden pressure spikes.
18, -20% -Symptoms similar to apoplexy.
Vaquez disease is characterized by a very high, significantly exceeding norms of erythrocytes, haemoglobin and a significant increase in blood volume. Probably due to a genetic mutation, the hematopoietic system of the bone marrow grows excessively, which in turn leads to heart disorder, hypertension. At the same time, it significantly increases blood clotting and increases the risk of clots. The disease can develop in any age, however, it is most often diagnosed in older people.
IMPACT OF EMISSIONS AND HIDDEN DISEASES
In ill people, it can be symptomless even for years.