Vet Incinerators

Veterinary Practices produce a large amount of waste carrying out everyday tasks such as surgeries, dental procedures, and routine vaccinations. Veterinary waste consists of both hazardous and non-hazardous materials.

Common Waste Types Found in a Veterinary Practice

Why would a veterinary pratice need an incinerator?

Our range of veterinary incinerators allow the correct and safe disposal of waste while maintaining the well-being of animals in your care.

Vets create considerable volumes of waste that can be classified as bio-medical waste. This MUST be disposed of via incineration (or a 3rd party company will come and collect your waste and then take it for incineration). Along with this are many other types of waste that are currently disposed of via normal waste collection. Investing in an incinerator would allow you to safely destroy all your waste on site*.

*- This isn't suitable for vets in built-up urban areas as the local authorities may object to its location.

Types of waste found in veterinary clinics:

During day to day operations there are many type of waste generated within a busy practice. Below are just some types of waste you would expect to have at a vets:

Medical Waste

Animal Waste

General Waste

Used bandages, needles, syringes Soiled bedding Plastic packaging
Used scalpels and blades Body fluids Food waste
Expired and unused medicines/vaccines Organs, tissues, and body parts Unused bedding
Biological waste (body parts, blood etc.) Animal Carcasses Empty cleaning products e.g. disinfectant spray bottles

Larger Capacity Systems for Farm & Equine Vets

If you are a farm animal veterinary practice or specilaising in equine - dealing with large animals is part of daily life. We identified this and built a model and acceosries to make you life that little bit easier.

Newly released in 2020 the i8-500 model has been designed to accomodate entire horses, cattle annd other large farm animals in its oversized combustion chamber. To enable easy operation we have also developed a dedicated loader for larger animals (as shown). This accesry can also be used on our i8-700A and i8-1000A models

Large Animal Loader - Suitable for Cows, Horses and Camels

Need a Portable Incinerator?

Most of our models can be mounted on trailers, containers or be skid-mounted. Our range of mobile incinerators allow for rapid disposal of animal waste, across wide areas with reduced risk of cross contamination.

Our animal incinerator range is also suitable for kennels and catteries needing to dispose of their animal related waste.

Many vets are now looking for alternative revenue streams.
Pet Cremation is the ideal solution.

Alternative Revenue for Vets - Pet Crematoriums

Pet cremation is a rapidly growing sector around the world with more people wanting to send off their pets in a memorable way. Our range of front loading systems are suitable for most domestic animals and can be run by a single operator.

If you are looking to start up a pet cremation business, then we have a number of resources available to you. Why not read our 'Starting a Pet Cremation Business' page or download our 'Starting a Pet Crematorium Business Plan'.

NB: If you are buring less than 50kg per hour you may be exempt from requiring a permit. PLease ALWAYS check with your local authority first.
Use the excess heat from incineration to create hot air and/or hot water for cleaning and other uses. Heat Recovery is now seen as one of the best uses of surplus heat. Conserve energy and do your bit for the environment.
PC1 & PC2 Pet Cremators

Why choose an Incinerator from Inciner8?

Our wide range of animal incinerators are DEFRA Type approved, meaning that our systems meet all UK and EU guidelines for disposing of animal waste.

All our incinerators are supplied fully serviced and ready to run, backed up by our 1 year warranty and global after sales support.


For more information on any of our Veterinary products

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