A hygienic alternative in food waste disposal


Posted on October 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

IMC Ltd says its range of 11 waste disposal units will help caterers who are concerned about how to dispose of their food preparation and plate waste, since the Government¹s ban on pig swill collections. IMC waste disposal units are said to eliminate unpleasant odours and avoid the risk of contamination, allowing caterers to dispose of food waste quickly and completely. Waste material, such as vegetable peelings, meat, fish scraps and small bones is ground up and flushed down the drain. In some parts of the country, technical restrictions or local bylaws prohibit the discharge of food waste directly into the drains. Kitchens can still benefit from hygienic food waste disposal, says IMC, by fitting its WastePro dewaterer, which works in conjunction with a waste disposer. Food waste is first processed by the waste disposer and then discharged into the WastePro, which extracts the liquid waste and drains it off. “The remaining dry waste, now as little as 20% of its original volume, is then in a manageable form





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