It is a challenging time for pig farmers, with upward pressures on costs from increased wages to the possible impact of the EU removing zinc oxide from feed. With the daily challenges pig farmers face, now more than ever is the time to reduce your costs and increase revenues.
From a financial standpoint, Waste Spectrum incinerators significantly 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, which saves even more money.
To maximise your efficiencies, all our pig incinerators come equipped with our world-leading pulse fire burner systems and dual-chamber technology as standard. Due to the high calorific value of pigs and sows, the running costs are even lower as less fuel is consumed when burning.
Of course, your chosen waste disposal method not only needs to be cost-efficient but biosecure too. Waste collections try their hardest to be sanitary, but they are fallible. With ASF on our doorstep and its inevitable spread to the UK, do you really want more vehicles on site than are absolutely necessary – especially coming from other farms? Incineration is now the only way to take full control of how you manage waste and biosecurity on site.
All Waste Spectrum pig incinerators are DEFRA approved, comply with EU Animal By-Products Regulation (ABPR), (EC) No 142/2011 and pass international standards.
Developed over two decades, our robust and precisely engineered Volkan range of pig incinerators are all designed, engineered and manufactured at our UK site. Our pig incinerators are manufactured using our distinctive monolithic cast lining system, which is used in conjunction with our unique insulation and anchor technology, guaranteeing there are no bricks or joints to fail.
If you have any questions about our pig incinerators or if you have any concerns about the licences and paperwork involved, why not call us on 01905 362100 or email email@example.com?
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