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Keep it on Site, Get it Right, Says Waste Spectrum

12 March 2015
Waste Spectrum

GLOBAL - Waste Spectrum offer an extensive range of incinerators, under the Volkan and Hurikan ranges, which are suitable for all types of poultry producers, worldwide.

In recent months, reports of various cases of avian flu have been appearing worldwide including in the UK, US and Israel. Across the globe, poultry farmers and producers are calling for greater awareness and increased bio-security measures.

To help eradicate the spread of bird flu, making an investment in on-site incineration is the most bio-secure, cost effective and efficient way of disposing of your poultry carcasses.

In the EU, producers need to ensure they are legally allowed to incinerate their animal carcasses and without the need for planning permission, before disposing of the carcasses on-site. The best way to do this is to ensure that the supplied incinerator is DEFRA-approved which means it has been tested for and meets all statutory guidelines including the compliance of EU emissions legislations.

For other parts of the world, this may not apply or there may be other regulations in place that would need to be checked.

The tricky part is in understanding which incinerator would best suit your stock requirements and budget in this economic climate. Waste Spectrum offer an extensive range of incinerators, under the Volkan and Hurikan ranges, which are suitable for all types of poultry producers, worldwide.

Both models offer an effective and environmentally friendly way of disposing of carcasses however the difference lies in their capacity and burn rates. The Volkan range enables producers to choose between six models with varied suitability, with the capacity beginning at 70kg and ending at 2000kg, its burn rate, however, never exceeds 50kg per hour. The Hurikan is designed to withstand larger volumes of carcasses, burning at a rate between 150kg and 1,000kg per hour, depending on the model, and can incinerate in excess of 20,000 chickens a day.

There are cost-effective options for all levels of poultry disposal that can help keep poultry sites bio-secure.

Producers concerned with keeping it on site and getting their bio-security right, can visit www.wastespectrum.com or call +441905 362100 for further information on the best incinerator for your requirements.





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