Optimising your waste process is key here. Simply adjusting the volume of waste or mixing it with other waste streams may dramatically improve the burn rates.
Certain waste streams have a higher calorific value that others. This value is indicative of the energy stored within a material.
Aeration of waste can improve efficiency as well. This can be done pre-loading by breaking bundles of waste down or during the incineration process (either manually or through an air-injection system).
Most incinerators should run trouble free for around 1000 hours or 1 year before a service would need to be carried out. See our section on Maintaining your Incinerator for some useful advice.