All our thermal waste treatment plants are designed and constructed in accordance with the applicable guidelines, standards, directives, regulations and shall comply with any specific country and local legislation, including domestic air emission and clean air level values.


The EU Industrial Emission Directive 2010/75/EU (IED) is the key Directive that covers almost all regulation of waste incineration. We have adopted this EU Directive for our incinerator designs.


For hazardous waste incineration plants with a throughput capacity larger than 10 ton/day, we comply with the latest EU Waste Incineration BAT Conclusions (BATC), as published in the EU Official Journal on December 3rd 2019.

If required, we can meet Waste Heat Recovery (WHR) BAT R1 criteria.


Our treatment systems can be designed in full compliance with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Canadian Environmental Protection Agency (CEPA) rules and standards that protect the environment and control pollution.


Dutch Incinerators affirms that its thermal waste treatment plants have been assessed and deemed to be in conformity with CE and UKCA/UKNI health, safety and environmental protection standards.


Any question about regulatory compliance of our hazardous waste thermal treatment plants?