Are you looking for the proper disposal of animal carcasses?
Animal carcass disposal is an important consideration for farming, laboratories, ranches, veterinarians, universities and more. Without proper disposal of animal carcasses, livestock disease can spread, and air and water quality can be compromised. According to the Minnesota Board of Animal Health, “Unless slaughtered for human consumption, animals that die need to be disposed of within 72 hours.” Disposal of animal carcasses includes rendering, burial, incineration, and composting. Today we are going to focus on incineration as a method for animal carcass disposal.
Benefits of Incinerators for Animal Carcass Disposal
Large Animals Can Easily Be Incinerated
Firelake Manufacturing offers cremation equipment for large animal carcasses that are big enough to handle the job and require minimal effort. Large Animal Incinerators are ideal for horse, cow, equine, sheep, bovine, swine, sheep, goats, and other large animal cremation needs.
Incineration of Animal Carcasses is Efficient
Farmers are busy, and methods of dealing with large animal carcasses can be a concern, especially with changing laws. Firelake Manufacturing offers reliability and peace of mind in cremation solutions for large animals to make the process accessible and efficient.
Incinerators Use Little Time or Resources
Firelake Manufacturing provides large animal incineration equipment that is easy to operate. Using the incinerator will demand fewer resources, take less staff time, and require no third party services.
Firelake Incinerators Utilize Many Fuel Options
Fuel selection with incinerators is not a concern, so our suggestion is to use the fuel that is least costly and most convenient in your area. Firelake Manufacturing offers cremators and incinerators with LP, Natural gas, and Diesel.
Low-Cost Solution to Proper Carcass Disposal
Incinerators often just take a few years to gain a return on investment. Compared to many other time-intensive animal disposal methods, incineration is very cost-effective.
Environmentally-Friendly Animal Disposal & Permit Help
Firelake Manufacturing can help you sort out the best path to get you an incinerator and a permit from local authorities. Some areas do not require permits but it is always best to contact your local environmental agency at the county or state level. We can help you to obtain a permit if needed.
Do you have questions about using incineration for carcass disposal? We are here to help answer your questions and guide you to the incinerator/cremator that is ideal for your specific needs. Give us a call at 800-820-3391 or contact us here.