The decomposition process is ignited by directing a small amount of heated atmospheric air (oxygen) through the strong magnetic field created by the WASTEGONE's own magnet cores in the oxygen starved decomposition chamber.
The heated oxygen absorbed by the magnetic field not only generates the required temperatures (200 – 1200°C), at the same time highly reactive, negatively charged oxygen ions are formed. The heat inside the chamber decomposes the waste and the highly oxidative oxygen eliminates by oxidation the dioxins and other harmful compounds that are a result of the decomposition process.
The emission, of which the final output values are tested according the international highly recommended Environmental Technology Verification (ETV) protocol
and published in the source emission test report, is then treated through 3 wet scrubbers to bring it well under the norms prescribed in the strict European and U.S. regulations.