Charitable organisations and NGOs often find themselves working in some of the most disastrous and damaged environments in the world. From refugee camps, to war-torn cities or local communities hit by deadly diseases, these tragic scenarios require world-leading expertise to protect individuals from further harm.
A large problem many charities and NGOs encounter in such situations is a huge accumulation of waste which is often infected and, therefore, biohazardous. If not stored, treated and destroyed appropriately, people already living in devastating circumstances are put at extra risk.
Incineration offers a safe and efficient solution to this problem and can also be used as a tool to generate energy for remote locations.
Charities and NGOs often seek the support of incinerator manufacturers who can provide efficient, large capacity burners to help destroy contaminated waste. We’ve worked with humanitarian aid organisations around the world, supplying our products to protect communities from further disaster.
The typical waste types generated from refugee and temporary disaster sites are usually considered as Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) and comprises food waste, wood, plastics, cardboard and paper. In areas where infection, virus or disease is present, waste also includes bed linen, patient clothing, pathological waste, sharps and more. All of these products are safe to incinerate.
Our medium and large incinerators can be fitted with heat exchangers to produce hot water or hot air, as well as waste to energy modules to generate electricity.
Our team are available to talk charities and NGOs through their waste enquiries, matching them with the perfect incinerator for their requirements.