General Waste Incineration
Incinerators for biosecurity and large volume waste
Waste accumulation is a growing problem across the globe. As natural processes are converting landfill waste into highly dangerous matter, authorities and businesses are supporting alternative methods of waste disposal.
At Waste Spectrum, having worked closely with DEFRA, we understand the concerns you have. Landfill options are becoming increasingly expensive and decreasingly bio-secure. The risk and repercussions of contamination at your site is not one worth taking.
Waste Spectrum are committed to reducing the amount of general waste going to landfill and provide a cost-effective and efficient alternative. Incineration is the safest and easiest method of general waste management.
Providing a solution for:
- Household Waste
- Plant Waste
- Street Waste
- Retail Waste
- Commercial Waste
By having an on-site incinerator, you cut out both the cost and time of organising transport for your waste and significantly lower the risks of cross-contamination.
The Hurikan 1000 has a proven capability of managing high-capacity throughputs of a wide range of organic waste material. With an impressively large main incineration chamber, the Hurikan 1000 has above and below hearth burners and can hold a significant amount of waste in one load. The Hurikan 1000 mobile system is the bestselling model in our Hurikan range and is used by governments worldwide.
A top loading incinerator with a burn rate of up to 300kg per hour, this machine is ideal for the disposal of animal carcasses and abattoir waste. The Hurikan 300 is the perfect solution for on farm use where rapid and bio-secure waste disposal is required.
* Higher burn rate requirements may be achieved through our custom-built service.
The Hurikan 500 is available as a static or mobile unit and with a burn rate of up to 500kg per hour, providing an excellent solution for on farm use and where a rapid bio-secure disposal solution is required. This top loading incinerator is ideal for managing the disposal of animal carcasses and abattoir waste.
The Hurikan 700 is one of our extra-large top loading incinerators, ideal for managing the disposal of animal carcasses and abattoir waste. Available as a static or mobile unit, with a burn rate of up to 700kg per hour this model is an excellent solution where rapid, bio-secure disposal is required.
Designed and manufactured for the bio-secure disposal of extra-large animal carcasses and abattoir waste, the Volkan 2000 is a highly reliable and versatile machine. This front loading, high capacity machine is the ideal product for the disposal of waste from large pig producers, sheep and cattle farms and abattoirs.
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At Waste Spectrum we pride ourselves on providing excellent service. Our aftercare will support you in the event you encounter any problems and we can provide you with all the training you or your team need to safely and efficiently operate your incinerator – guaranteeing you a high-quality incinerator that will provide reliability and bio-security for years to come.
You can choose from a series of options within each model to ensure the incinerator meets your exact requirements or talk to us about our bespoke solution service. If your regulations require it, we are happy to discuss emissions control and energy recovery systems which can be added either at the start or as a retro fit.
At Waste Spectrum we not only support many large poultry and livestock farms around the world in their disposal of ABPR waste, we also work with international governments on Emergency waste disposal systems.
Some of the High Capacity waste types we deal with include:
• medical waste
• drugs and illegal contraband
• animal carcasses from disease outbreaks
• waste from natural disasters such as floods, tornadoes and hurricanes
It is essential that the waste is dealt with quickly and efficiently to avoid any cross-contamination or further risk to the public and environment. Or range of mobile incinerators can be on site and ready to operate within 2 hours (depending on external factors affecting access to location)