offers a thermal desorption process which is used to remove the free
organic fraction from inorganic solids that contain volatile or semi-volatiles.
This process uses a combination of temperature (up to 625°F),
vacuum and carrier gases (e.g. steam & inert gases) to aid in the
separation and desorption. This process is performed in an oxygen
free environment. The desorbed constituents are then treated via
direct chemical oxidation or combustion. In some cases, this desorption
process can also be used as a destruction process. Once thermally
desorbed the waste could require stabilization to render it amenable
for disposal. The secondary liquids generated through this process
are thermally destroyed via combustion at our DSSI facility.