Method of disposing of toxic substances
Disposal of PCB
Fluidized bed incineration of waste
Herbicidal substituted 2-(1-(oxyamino)-alkylidene)-cyclohexane-1,3-diones
Destruction of halogen-containing materials
Destruction of polychlorinated biphenyls and other hazardous halogenated hydrocarbons
Molten salt hazardous waste disposal process utilizing gas/liquid contact for salt recovery
Method for destroying toxic organic chemical products
ApplicationNo. 06/717932 filed on 03/29/1985
US Classes:588/314, By treatment in molten chemical reagent, e.g., salts or metals (EPO/JPO)110/237, For explosive or radioactive material210/906, Phosphorus containing210/909, Aromatic compound (e.g., PCB, phenol, etc.)423/210.5, Direct contact with molten material423/245.1, Organic component423/299, PHOSPHORUS OR COMPOUND THEREOF423/322, Elemental phosphorus423/659, MISCELLANEOUS PROCESS588/319, By reduction, e.g., hydrogenation (EPO/JPO)588/401, Chemical warfare substances, e.g., cholinesterase inhibitor (EPO/JPO)588/402, Pesticides, e.g., insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, nematicides (EPO/JPO)588/406, Containing halogen (EPO/JPO)588/408, Containing nitrogen or phosphorus (EPO/JPO)588/409Containing oxygen, sulfur, selenium or tellurium, i.e., chalcogen (EPO/JPO)
ExaminersPrimary: Straub, Gary P.
International ClassesA62D 3/00 (20060101)
B01D 53/46 (20060101)
B01D 53/34 (20060101)
AbstractCholinesterase inhibiting agents such as nerve gas agents and pesticide agents are destroyed by reaction with molten aluminum and the gaseous products are analyzed and recycled if they are not essentially free of such agents.