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S-220 at
Eglin Air Force Base (2010)
Photo by (U.S. Air Force)

Our Air Burner systems have been or are being employed by the US Government at many locations and for many diverse projects. For example, a large number of S-327, S-321, S-220, S-111, T400 and T-200 machines are positioned at the Navy Bases of Guantanamo Bay (GITMO), on the Island of Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean, in Iraq and Afghanistan, all supporting US and NATO military efforts. Others are operating or were employed at US Military facilities on islands in the Atlantic Ocean (Ascensions) and Pacific Ocean, such Johnston Island.

Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) has used our systems in in the Cerro Grande Wildfire Rehab Project as part of its wildfire rehabilitation efforts. The wood waste was removed from the burned forest areas where it posed a forest fire danger and taken to a collection site. Useful wood was given away to the public as firewood, and the waste wood was burned in our air curtain burners. From July 2002 to 2005, an S-327 was scheduled to operate 24 hours a day at least four days a week. Upon completion, the S-327 was donated to an Indian Reservation.

S-220 at NPS
Rocky Mountain
National Park (2009)

The US Forest Service and US National Park Service use our machines at various locations in the management of our national forests. The Bureau of Indian Affairs has funded FireBoxes for use on Native American Land, mostly for wildfire mitigation programs at the wildland urban interface and for the control of invasive species.

Under the auspices of the Department of Homeland Security, a number of our machines have been placed in position to deal with such contingencies as bio-terrorism or AG Terror. If ever a large herd of cattle, for example, were to contract BSE ("Mad Cow Disease") or be deliberately poisoned (Agriculture Terror), the machines would support disaster recovery helping to safely destroy diseased or poisoned animals to protect public health. Our machines play a major roll in storm debris disposal as part of disaster recovery operations by FEMA and the Corps of Engineers nationwide.

for Forest Fuels Reduction
(State of California, 2013)
The EPA/US Army Corps of Engineers in conjunction with the Florida Department of Environment (DEP), contractor Weston Solutions and others have used an S-217 firebox to dispose of wood waste (mostly stumps) at the Coleman-Evans Superfund Cleanup Site in

S-217 at EPA Superfund Site
(Coleman-Evans, July 2002)
Jacksonville, Florida in July, 2002. The image to the right was taken by a live Perceptual Robotics Web Camera that was installed at the Coleman-Evans Superfund Site accessible by the public via the Internet.

In 2008, the EPA carried out elaborate emissions testing with an S-327 in Louisiana. The waste stream consisted (a) of clean vegetative debris (wood waste) and (b) of demolition debris from a residential house in New Orleans that was made unlivable by Hurricane Katrina. The entire house was demolished and burned in the S-327 FireBox.

Official videos from the test can be viewed here:

Air Burners EPA Emissions Tests Air Burners EPA Emissions Tests

Under the direction of the USACE our FireBoxes are being used for waterborne debris disposal, such as the clean-up of the Pearl River in Louisiana from debris created by Hurricane Katrina. The S-220 is typically operated at the river's shoreline to minimize transportation of the woody debris collected from the waterway.


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