Each day, we get questions from people in various industries across the globe, who are looking for more efficient ways to get rid of their trash. Here are a few questions about incinerators that we have received recently that could be helpful to you too. Still have questions? Reach out to us using this simple form.
We are looking for alternative ways to dispose of trash and waste in a remote location that facilitates hotels, restaurants, RV, and camping. Suggestions?
- Do you have any permit or code requirements to meet?
- What is the volume of trash per day that you currently collect in cubic feet or container size? (such as a home size rolling garbage can, 55-gallon drum, or commercial dumpster)
I currently have a Shenandoah crematorium at my veterinary practice but it is 40+ years old and needs to be replaced. I would expect to use the new incinerator 1-2x weekly, small animals only. I would need someone to break down and remove the old system as well as install the new incinerator.
Firelake can help identify the best replacement model from several options. We have local dealers who can typically assist with the takedown of the old incinerator and installation of the new one. A local metal recycling site or landfill may have options for disposing of the old equipment.
Which incinerators are large enough to dispose of a horse?
I’m going to be providing a cremation service to a couple of veterinarian clinics, with dogs being the biggest animals cremated. What incinerator would be best?
Does Firelake Manufacturing have a model that could be fitted to a mobile trailer for a mobile crematory operation?
Yes, most Firelake incinerators can be utilized for mobile trailers. Permitting for the areas you wish to service should be acquired and understood prior to ordering equipment.
We fill a 16-yard dumpster of trash each week of basically; paper towels, food waste, customer vehicle waste: paper, wrappers, soda bottles, etc. What would be the ideal incinerator size for us?
The ideal incinerator depends on how fast it burns down with how often you want to process a load. For instance, 16 cubic yards is 432 cubic ft or 86 cubic ft per day if you run the incinerator 5 days a week. Incinerator models P77 or P50 can process this amount of waste per day. You can also add trash to the incinerator during the day and continue processing.
How do we go about submitting emission records to our county and state for solid waste incineration?
Firelake has test data to assist you in submitting applications and reports for emission records. We can review the documents to provide the most appropriate data.
Still have Questions about Incinerators?
Do you still have incinerator questions? If you are not sure if buying an incinerator is the best choice versus another waste management option, we can create an incinerator cash flow/payback analysis with some help from you. Ask us about creating an incinerator payback example for your unique application by contacting us here.
Incinerator Product Comparisons
Still have questions about incinerators? We have put together some helpful product comparison charts to you can review some of the specifications, operating details, features, and options of our various models including Models A,C, X, and P/HP. If you have other questions, we can discuss your needs with you and help educate you on how to choose the best model and options. Fill out the Contact us form or call us at 800-820-3391.