From Animal Incinerator
Bio-hazards can be catastrophic in the fish farming and aquaculture industries. Incineration is still seen as the most reliable and cost effective solution to this ongoing problem. Once you have commissioned an Inciner8 incinerator, any outbreaks or contaminations can be quickly spotted and dealt with using the incinerator at source. Livestock therefore suffers less, while the livestock industry can work without the expensive, stressful, and restrictive disruptions caused by large scale disease outbreaks and the quarantines levied with them.
High fat content can be an issue for some manufacturers due to their chamber construction, here at Inciner8 our resilient, solid monolithic cast refractory lining ensures that fats & oils naturally present in the fish/aquaculture waste do not penetrate the lining, this prevents cracking and the breakdown of typical brick lined units.
Type of Marine Waste
- Fish Waste
- Hatchery Waste
- Aquaculture Waste
- Carcasses & Body Parts
- Salmon Farms
- Trout Farms
- Lobster Farms
Our Aquaculture Incinerators can be used in the control and destruction of Lepeophtheirus salmonis, or the common salmon louse. In many situations now the antibiotics and pesticides used are ineffective and have caused the waters to become toxic in many areas in Scotland and overseas. Processing the infected waste at source will keep the amount of infected animals in the water down and will increase bio-security. It will also ensure that that there is an alternative to the £1bn a year the industry spends on trying to eradicate lice, and the viruses and diseases they bring.
To incinerate fish carcasses and other aquaculture waste, including animal by-products Our robust DEFRAapproved incinerators are built using the latest developments in thermal science and are seen as one of the most modern products in their sector.
All our incinerators are supplied fully serviced and ready to run, backed up by our 1 year warranty and global after sales support.
If you operate an on-site incinerator that only burns on-site fish mortalities and processing waste you must ensure the incinerator is approved by:
- Animal Health in Scotland
- Your local Divisional Veterinary Office in Northern Ireland