Talk:Dioxin emission in Hämeenkyrö

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Definition/Including private combustion in households

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Fact discussion: .
Opening statement: Private combustion in households (fuelwood with some risky waste types) should be included in the list of dioxin sources.

Closing statement: Accepted.

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Argumentation:
←--1: . Many people tend to burn dangerous waste in their own stoves. If MSWI is used the total amount of dioxin emission from waste may be reduced? KP 11:48, 22 September 2006 (EEST) (type: truth; paradigms: science: defence)

Definition/Including landfills

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Fact discussion: .
Opening statement: Landfills should be included in the list of dioxin sources

Closing statement: Accepted.

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Argumentation:
←--2: . Dioxins are formed in all combustion in small amounts. Especially when there is chlorine available and the burning temperature is low, the formation of dioxins is high. Even at high burning temperatures, dioxins form when the gases cool down. Uncontrolled burning of landfills is an optimal process for dioxin formation: low temperatures, lack of oxygen which creates large amounts of unoxidised gases and polyaromatic compounds, and abundance of chlorine from salt in food waste. Therefore, landfill fires should be added to the list of dioxin emission sources, and these emissions should be estimated. --Jouni 06:30, 22 September 2006 (EEST)--Virpi Kollanus 14:09, 22 September 2006 (EEST) (type: truth; paradigms: science: defence)