All About Dead Animal Incineration
Waste management of dead animals in poultry and livestock growing situations is a continuous challenge. Our environmental-climate calls for the right methods of dead animal disposal. While some methods like burial, composting, landfilling are available; incineration helps convert waste to energy systems, and thus, is a better solution.
What are Animal Carcass Incinerators?
Dead animal incineration is a biologically safe technique for animal waste disposal as it eliminates the threat of disease. Similarly, disposing of the resulting residue doesn’t cause water-quality issues. It’s also possible to fit a mobile animal incinerator along with after-burning devices that ensure complete gas combustion with minimum odour. However, it is important to get the right permits for installing and operating an incinerator. Also, the temperature and air emission requirements for the animal by-products must be taken into consideration.
How it Works?
Dead animals are incinerated using both RDF fluff and the oil generated from the plastic pyrolysis project. Mailhem’s incineration facilities incorporate all the processes like waste storage and handling, processing to prepare waste, combustion, residue (ash) handling and air pollution control.
Controlled incineration is a highly effective method to reduce the volume and weight of solid waste. It reduces the volume of uncompacted waste by almost 90%. In our modern incinerators, the waste is incinerated under carefully controlled conditions and a well-designed furnace.
We can build waste-to-energy systems with RDF as a substrate.
Benefits of Dead Animal Incineration
- It is a suitable method to dispose of small animals and thus, prevent pollution and improve environmental air quality.
- For many farms and poultry businesses, incineration is the most preferred method of dead animal disposal as it is safe, eco-friendly and affordable.
- For owners of slaughterhouses and other animal farms, this is also a great way to convert waste to energy.
- It is a preferred method to manage small carcasses — poultry, etc., and it can be set up on the farm itself.
- The capital cost is easily recovered, and producers and farms get a convenient option to dispose of mortalities when they are generated, without having to find temporary storage for it.
- Incinerators are easy to operate, clean and maintain.
- Incinerators are available in high-capacity and flexible sizes for different animal carcasses.
- It ensures local and instant disposal with low energy consumption.
- Since no transportation costs are involved, owners can ensure a smaller environmental footprint.
Mailhem offers a safe and cost-effective way for the disposal of dead animal carcasses with incinerators. Contact us for the best prices with complete guidance to set up incinerators at your farm, poultry setup or slaughterhouse.