Released 2009, this report concludes that new incineration technologies, like older-style burners, are expensive, inefficient and contribute to both climate change and serious public health impacts. The report examines industry claims, health, track record of these facilities, expense, energy, impact on natural resources and the climate, and other issues.

Read the June 15, 2009 press release here

News and Current Campaigns

VICTORY FOR HEALTH OF LA RESIDENTS: DINOSAUR INCIN... FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, June 27, 8:00 am U.S. Pacific Time Commerce, CA, U.S. June 27, 2018--The city of Commerce has announced that the ...
Global Leaders Enable Dangerous Waste Burning Prac... June 13, 2018 - The G7 Ocean Plastics Charter, signed by five nations, has already been criticized as “tepid,” and inadequate to the scale of the plas...
Wellington Community Defeats Waste Incinerator in ... Communities of Wellington, in the Western Cape of South Africa, have successfully pushed against the Drakenstein Municipalities plans to build a M...
Anything but Reduction: The American Chemistry Cou... Wednesday, May 23, 2018--This month, the American Chemistry Council, representing the plastic producers most responsible for the plastic pollution cri...