Pet Cremation Incineration

Low capacity burners

or more than 25 years Waste Spectrum have been enabling the humane and discreet disposal of pets, animals and animal waste using our reliable cremation systems for industries including:

  • veterinary clinics
  • vet colleges
  • humane societies
  • private pet cremation services
  • and many more…

Find us on the supplier directory of the Association of Private Pet Cemetaries and Crematoria.

All of our animal incinerators are DEFRA type-approved and are compliant with EU emissions legislation. Our animal incinerators are also robust and precisely engineered from high-quality materials.

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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)