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burned on land, where the process can be monitored more closely. Unfortunately, notes Zurer, only 10 percent of the roughly 250 U.S. onshore hazardous waste incinerators are available for general commer- cial use (the rest are small, specialized facilities), and they are already running at full capacity.'These incinerators are more reliable, albeit more expensive, than their floating counterparts. According to a recent EPA study, 30 incineration ships or 8...