Southport-based Inciner8, which delivers waste management solutions across the globe, has begun working with the Ministry of Defence (MOD) to provide equipment that will ensure the safe, environmentally responsible disposal of waste at multiple overseas military camps. The contract comes as military forces seek to reduce their environmental impact on the landscapes within which they operate and utilise state-of-the-art technology to eradicate the potential spread of disease by medical waste.
Following a successful tender process managed by leading MOD supplier, Marshall – that used its extensive defence market pedigree to provide a turn-key military solution, including not only the supply of the equipment but the technical publications, DSAT approved training, and a whole life support solution for the equipment – Marshall called upon Inciner8 to create an air portable incineration solution that matched the MOD’s detailed requirements.
I8-M40 Medical Incinerator
“We have worked with peace-keeping missions across the globe, and many of our engineers have personally visited camps worldwide to install incinerators. We have an in-depth understanding of the complexities at play in the formation of forward operating bases. Ease of transport, use and maintenance are key. Our engineering is robust and reliable, even in extreme circumstances”
Stuart Winship, managing director