Cattle farmers are constantly having their margins affected by the volatility of beef and dairy prices. Investing in a Waste Spectrum cattle incinerator allows for the immediate biosecure disposal of carcasses. Incineration is proven to reduce the risk of cross-contamination and eliminates the risks associated with fallen stock collection.
From both a biosecurity and financial standpoint, Waste Spectrum incinerators can lower overheads and, in turn, increase profits. As a by-product, farmers are left with only 1% to 3% sterile ash, which can in most cases be spread back on the land.
To maximise your efficiencies, all our cattle incinerators come equipped with our world-leading, highly efficient pulse fire burner systems and dual-chamber technology as standard.
Developed over two decades, our robust and precisely engineered Volkan range of cattle incinerators are all designed, engineered and manufactured at our UK site.
All Waste Spectrum cattle incinerators are manufactured using our distinctive monolithic cast lining system, which is used in conjunction with our unique insulation and anchor technology, guaranteeing no bricks or joints to fail.
DEFRA states: “Animal carcasses or parts of animal carcasses suspected or confirmed as infected by a TSE are category 1 ABPs. They must be disposed of by incineration, or processing (rendering) followed by incineration.”
Typical diseases that incineration can eradicate:
We are proud to be the first incinerator manufacturers who are DEFRA approved, comply with EU By-Products Regulation (ABPR), (EC) No 142/2011 and pass international standards.
If you have any questions about our cattle incinerators or if you have concerns about the licences and paperwork involved, why not call us on 01905 362100 or email email@example.com?
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