Annex II : Approved destruction processes
|Concentrated sources||Dilute sources|
|Technology||Annex A, Gp. I
Annex C, Gp. I
(Annex A, Gp. II)
|Destruction and removal efficiency (DRE)||99.99%||99.99%||95%|
|Cement kilns||Approved||Not Approved|
|Liquid injection incineration||Approved||Approved|
|Municipal solid waste incineration||Approved|
|Reactor cracking||Approved||Not Approved|
|Rotary kiln incineration||Approved||Approved||Approved|
|Argon plasma arc||Approved||Approved|
|Inductively coupled radio frequency plasma||Approved||Approved|
|Nitrogen plasma arc||Approved|
|Gas phase catalytic dehalogenation||Approved|
|Superheated steam reactor||Approved|
Notes: 1. The DRE criterion presents technology capability on which approval of the technology is based. It does not always reflect the day-to-day performance achieved, which in itself will be controlled by national minimum standards.
2. Concentrated sources refer to virgin, recovered and reclaimed ozone-depleting substances.
3. Dilute sources refer to ozone-depleting substances contained in a matrix of a solid, for example foam.