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Wit Transactions on Ecology and The Environment
Microwave plasma treatment of the various solid wastes adsorbed with DXNs was investigated to develop an effective and novel method for in situ detoxification of DXNs in solid wastes such as incinerator fly ashes of the municipal wastes (IFA) or used activated carbons (AC). It was found that the microwave plasma treatment could completely decompose the adsorbed DXNs into inorganic gases such as Cl 2 , CO 2 and CH 4 with low plasma power (250 W) and short treatment time (< 15 min). Moreover,doi:10.2495/wm060301 fatcat:hgo6pfmam5gwxeo522o3gvykue