Bird Flu Incinerators

Bird Flu Incinerators are DEFRA Approved and Designed to Dispose of All Infected or Contaminated Waste. Increase Your Biosecurity.

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All our DEFRA-approved models are able to safely destroy the infected animals and contaminated waste associated with Avian flu. In this kind of situation, you need to work with a company where quality, reliability and efficiency are at the heart of what they do.

We can offer mobile incinerators to enable you to destroy waste at source to avoid all risks associated with transporting affected materials or sick birds. In many cases, no permit is required (providing you are burning less than 50kg per hour) to implement this effective disease control and prevention. This is an ideal solution for poultry farms with more than one location.
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Influenza (Avian flu and other zoonotic)

Influenza pandemics occur when a novel influenza virus emerges with the ability to cause sustained human-to-human transmission (close contact), and the human population has little to no immunity against bird flu virus. With the growth of global travel, a pandemic can spread rapidly globally with little time to prepare a public health response. This is why containment and incineration of infected material onsite is so essential to prevent the spread of infection.

Call +44 1704 884020 for more information on incinerators for bird flu


Our DEFRA-approved incinerators are commissioned by small and large-scale commercial breeders as an on-site alternative to using Animal By-Product (ABP) plants to deal with fallen stock. They can also be used to safely dispose of birds following an outbreak of;

  • Newcastle Disease
  • Avian Bird Flu
  • Low pathogenic avian flu
  • A(H1N1) and A(H3N2) strains
  • LPAI & PAI strains
  • Fallen Livestock
  • A(H5N1), A(H7N9) and A(H9N2)


Viruses that cause severe disease in poultry and result in high death rates are called highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI). Viruses that cause mild disease in poultry are called low pathogenic avian influenza (LPAI).
For further reading visit the
World Health Organisation (WHO) website

All our models can be fitted with loading chutes or autoloaders to reduce contact with infected birds and therefore reduce the possibility of human cases. All our animal waste incinerators are DEFRA approved and comply with EU Animal By-Products Regulation (ABPR), (EC) No 142/2011. They are supplied fully serviced and ready to run, backed up by our 1-year warranty and global after-sales support.