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Burning bamboo, cedar mulch
210107-F-OH119-0020.JPG Photo By: Tristan English

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-CAMP BULLIS, Texas - Work crews made up of members of the 802nd Civil Engineer Squadron, Joint Base San Antonio Natural Resources Office, Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute and the JBSA Wildland Support Module burned golden bamboo and cedar mulch chunks in an air curtain incinerator from Jan. 7-9 at JBSA-Camp Bullis. The incinerator is designed to burn land-clearing debris in which smoke particles are trapped and reburned, reducing the smoke particles to an acceptable limit permitted under EPA guidelines.


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