Queens West 6

Incineration

Incineration is a waste treatment process that involves the combustion of organic substances contained in waste materials.[1]

Incinerators

The June 28, 1934 opening of the plant represented an historic day for the city. From that day forward, under court order, New York would begin burning its garbage, ending a long-standing practice of dumping refuse at sea. Read more.

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Greenpoint/Newton Incinerator

Greenpoint Incinerator

Betts Ave. Incinerator – Burning Animal plan knocked down.

Long Island City Incinerator – Ending dumping in Queens.

City Record – Long Island City, Flushing and Jamaica Incinerators.

City Record – Long Island City, Flushing and Jamaica Incinerators.

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215th Street Incinerator

215 Incinerator

Garbage disposal situation in the city is discussed.

1991 NEW INCINERATORS TERMED ESSENTIAL IN NEW YORK CITY

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