Safeguard the welfare of your animals and dispose of all zoological waste in an efficient way
If you manage a zoo or safari park, you’ll already know just how much waste is generated on any given day. The waste created within a zoo or safari park can come from a wide variety of waste streams and if you’re not careful and thorough in your waste disposal processes, you’ll endanger all the animals you care for with the risk of disease and infection.
Along with the typical faeces and excrement waste associated with animals of all shapes and sizes, you’ll also have an extensive amount of additional waste, including:
Every type of waste must be disposed of in a bio-secure way, in order to protect your animals and safeguard staff & visitors.
Zoo and safari park waste incineration is one of the safest ways to dispose of all types of waste – biological, medical or otherwise – from your facility. It’s efficient, it’s cost effective, and it meets all waste disposal standards. Removing waste offsite is costly and often requires specialist support. Zoo waste incineration reduces those waste disposal costs and speeds up processes.
At INCINER8, we have decades of experience in dealing with waste, the majority of our incinerators are DEFRA type approved meaning they comply with DEFRA regulations. We offer a wide range of waste solutions that are capable of dealing with all your needs.
Our waste incinerators are capable of dealing with all exotic animal waste – from excrement to carcasses, veterinary items and used bedding. We can even supply large incinerators to support the disposal of the biggest of animals in your zoo – like elephants, hippos and giraffes – should illness or untreatable injuries befall them.
The benefits of incineration extend beyond the safe, secure disposal of your zoological waste.
With our specialist incinerators, fitted with the latest, state-of-the-art technology, we can generate energy for your zoo or safari park facilities from the incineration process.
Each incinerator can harness the energy generated from burning waste to heat water for cleaning purposes, or hot air to aid with drying and heating enclosures or work areas.
It’s an ideal solution to recycle energy, dispose of waste in an environmentally way, and prevent outbreaks of disease.