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The NAWC incinerator has been under development for several years now and there are several published papers by Tim Parr and co-workers, noted below.
The general concept is to convert solid waste to gaseous waste using a starved-air pyrolysis chamber, then remove the hazardous components in a secondary oxidation chamber, or afterburner. The diode-laser sensors are applied to the afterburner, measuring the temperature and pollutant levels.