Newcastle Disease Incinerators

Newcastle disease is a highly contagious viral disease of domestic poultry, cage and aviary birds and wild birds.

It is identified by digestive, respiratory and/or nervous signals.

The disease has a number of strains that differ in the severity of their effects on the infected animal, ranging from inapparent infection to a rapidly fatal condition.

All our DEFRA type approved models are able to safely destroy the infected animals and contaminated waste. 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 and avoid any risks in transporting affected materials.

Newcastle Disease is completely different to Avian influenza (which has been responsible for 'bird flu' outbreaks in recent years) is caused by an orthomyxovirus; Newcastle disease is caused by a paramyxovirus, a member of a different family of viruses.

This is why containment and incineration of infected material onsite is so essential to prevent the spread of infection.

Process your own waste in-house and benefit from increased bio-security and no collection fees

Our specialist bio-secure incinerators are also being used for:

  • Avian Bird Flu
  • A(H1N1) and A(H3N2) strains
  • LPAI & PAI strains
  • Fallen Livestock
  • A(H5N1), A(H7N9) and A(H9N2)
The United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service confirmed two additional cases of virulent Newcastle disease in backyard exhibition chickens in Riverside County, California, during the week of November 16 to 22.from Farm & Dairy website

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.

Abattoir waste solution


For more information on any of our incinerators suitable for Newcastle Disease

Call us now on +44 (0)1704 884020 or use the form on our Contact Us page.