(picture showing Sarajevo's smog which is a direct result of using IC)
A problem occured after some time in Sarajevo. The same problem that occured in other cities around the globe. Dead flesh. As we all know, catastrophy that strucked us down brought also numerous corpses that were lying down anywhere where they ended their miserable life (or life after death).
Where there is flesh, there are also bunch of bacterias, and where are bacterias, there is also a chance of diseases. Since we all know Super Flu virus is contained in bodily fluids and living and reanimated tissue and organisms, threat exists on several levels - one of the most dangerous ones comes from the wandering animals (dogs and rats) that desperate for food are eating away human remains and go berserk from Super Flu virus. One bite and you're history.
That's why Sarajevo and Sarajevo's people first started organizing massive burials on the local cemeteries around the city, but the capacity of those cemetaries is not unlimited. Soon after, all the empty graves, every single inch of the dirt became filled with dead bodies.
Another morbid idea rose up inspired by 90's war over here. Dead bodies started getting buried anywhere in the cities where concrete hasn't been on the ground. Sarajevo's parks, backyards, local hills, even two Sarajevo's football stadiums were turned into final resting place for the deceased. And capacity problem ocurred again, not to mention that problems of wild animals digging up graves, barking for food was a common problem for both the cemetaries and city areas.
Final and still working solution for this problem are ''Incineration Chambers''. They're massive underground arenas with capacity from 1000-2000 bodies. Made out of steel with twin shaft on the ground which were used for throwing in dead bodies, their main part were movable floors powered by gas, which were heating up in a minutes and instantly burning away every single bit of ''Incineration Chamber'' content. Thousands of the bodies are problems that we deal with using IC, but the price we had to pay was even bigger concentration of smog in Sarajevo and stench of burning flesh which we will never, ever forget, as long as we survive.