Noah Elhardt wrote:I hate burning plastic, but before you flog me, hear me out. I live in a country without a functioning trash disposal system. Most trash is mixed with vegetable wastes and dumped outside cities and towns, where it blows all over the countryside or gets lit on fire and smolders for days or weeks. Our farm recycles everything possible, and does its best to minimize plastic waste completely. We do, however, burn what remains, as it beats any reasonable alternative we can think of.
F Styles wrote:I did a test with plastic in my rocket mag stove after the dragon was good and hot and the plastic incinerated to a point i couldnt tell when walking outside that i was burning plastic, so my analysis is that high temperatures seem to at least lower the plastic burn smell. that is all i can do to test.
Satamax Antone wrote:Carefull, burning PVC can be realy dangerous.
Glenn Herbert wrote:Mixing the clay with fine dried grasses to make a porous honeycomb material gives it some insulating quality, and surrounding it with a good layer of loose dry dirt helps a lot. Perlite would be more efficient, but is not indispensable.
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