Food Waste Disposer

A Food Waste Disposer is a modern and efficient way to recycle the food waste. The leftover food and the peelings and scraping are easily recycled into tiny grains that can be disposed via a septic tank system.

You can explore a wide range of food waste disposers like batch feed, continuous feed, manual and undercounter that each have a unique method to recycle food wastage optimally.

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Food Waste Disposer

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About Food Waste Disposer

A food waste disposer is in most of the settings, placed under the sink. It collects all the food waste and grinds to form small particles that can be flushed away. You must replace the sink plughole with the food waste disposer plughole so that the waste gets directly collected in the unit.

20-30% of the household rubbish is food and it can accumulate in the house to attract unwanted pests and animals, and be a health hazard for you. Food waste disposer in sink area not only becomes part of the waste treatment system but automatically handles the disposing without any manual monitoring.

Batch feed food waste disposers are much less popular than non-stop units, despite the fact that they're a powerful solution to eliminate unwanted food waste. While non-stop feed disposers use the easy press of an air switch, batch feed requires extra steps to work. When you have a large amount of waste meals to eliminate, the food waste is managed in batches in place of continuously.

Types of Food Waste Disposers

  • Batch feed garbage disposer
  • Continuous Feed garbage disposer
  • Manual garbage disposer
  • Undercounter garbage disposer

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Materials used in Food Waste Disposers

Food waste disposer is mainly made up of a stainless steel grinding system but they are also available in plastic material. The sink stopper is usually made of normal stainless steel and premium stainless steel with chrome covering or a basket and plug system.

FAQ

Garbage disposals typically last between 4- 15 years. To get the longest lifespan of this appliance, you must regularly inspect and maintain the disposer.

Ideally food waste disposer needs to be cleaned every week. But a routine inspection and maintenance is also enough at times. A cleaning frequency of thrice per month is ideal.

Food waste disposers when left unmonitored for a long time, lead to accumulation of bad odor due to the food waste collection inside. It is suggested to clean the disposer regularly to minimize any odor issues.