Air Burners has supplied machines to the United States government for the past 20 years. Here are some examples of agencies and applications that have benefitted from Air Burners technology.
|The U.S. Armed Forces||
The U.S. Armed Forces uses our machines overseas in war zones for trash disposal (pallets, boxes, crates, etc.). They are also used overseas at remote installations to reduce costs for wood and waste elimination. We have shipped hundreds of machines to all branches of the U.S. military. Stateside, the U.S. Armed Forces uses Air Burners machines for wood waste disposal at military bases. Typically, they are used in wildfire prevention applications, but there are other applications as well. Eglin Air Force Base, one of the largest U.S. military bases, uses the Air Burners machines to eliminate the remains of wooded “targets” used in training.
|The U.S. Department of Energy||
The U.S. Department of Energy at Los Alamos National Laboratories used Air Burners machines for fuel reduction and wildfire mitigation for the area around the lab.
|The U.S. Forest Service||
The U.S. Forest Service recommends the use of Air Burners machines in their tech tip number 5100 0251 1371-SDTDC. The Forest Service has used and tested Air Burners machines to prove their operational capabilities. The Forest Service owns numerous machines in all sizes, from the towable BurnBoss to the larger model S220 FireBox. Typically, these units are used in fuel reduction programs. It is also common for the Forest Service to move machines between locations.
|U.S. National Parks||
National Parks like Rocky Mountain National Park, Yosemite National Park, and Yellowstone National Park use Air Burners machines in their efforts to reduce wildfire danger.
|The Bureau of Indian Affairs||
The Bureau of Indian Affairs has recommended and financed Air Burners machines used by Native American tribes for wood reduction. This can involve building and demolition materials and forest waste materials.
|Department of Homeland Security||
Homeland Security has tested and used Air Burners machines with regard to the possibilities of bioterrorism. In addition, the Department of Homeland Security has analyzed the use of our machines in storm disaster cleanup.
|The U.S. EPA||
The U.S. EPA entered a CRADA partnership with Air Burners to evaluate the FireBox and its potential for particulate reduction on various materials. The U.S. EPA and Air Burners have worked together on several air quality testing projects over the past 8 years.
|FEMA & U.S. Army Corps of Engineers||
FEMA and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers have used and tested Air Burners machines primarily for use in disaster clean up, including waterborne debris elimination.
|US Department of Justice||
U.S. Department of Justice has tested and used Air Burners machines for the destruction of contraband. Fast and clean, and the portability of these machines allows the machines to be moved between sites.