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The Disposer Company That Cares… About The Environment!

Environmentally and Socially Beneficial!

Reduce and Recycle Waste
Bio Shield food waste disposers shred and pulp food waste material into small pieces that are then flushed down the drain. The shredding and pulping action releases water trapped inside the food material. Since water makes up to 85% of the bulk in most food waste, disposers actually reduce the volume of food waste released from the home. The tiny food particles are easily handled and digested by the biological action of the waste treatment plan, septic tank, and/or the environment.

Save Government and Taxpayer’s Money
Curbside collection is expensive and inefficient, further contributing to the current problems of landfill overflowing and pollution caused by trucking, incineration, and barging. By reducing the overall waste volume, disposers save money by offering a partial and economic solution to the increasing worldwide problem of waste transportation and disposal.

Improve Sanitary and Health Conditions
Around 25% of the content of the average dustbin is food waste (organic waste). Food waste in the kitchen is not only messy and inconvenient, but can lead to hygienic problems as well. Fish, meat and dairy products can spoil quickly, particularly in a warm kitchen. The result is a plethora of germs and insects. Simply moving food waste out of the kitchen into an outside waste bin may prevent unpleasant smells inside, but lead to greater problems outside. Unless the household waste is collected daily, it can continue to spoil, and attract unwelcome animals and insects, creating unsanitary conditions around the home. Reduction of street garbage collection reduces pollution. The elimination of breeding grounds for rodents, insects, and other pests improves sanitation. Both the home and the neighborhood enjoy improved health and sanitary conditions with lower health care costs. A Bio Shield Series food waste disposer is the simple, convenient and hygienic answer.

By putting a disposer in your kitchen, you’re doing your part to help reduce a growing problem. When food waste is dumped in landfills, bacteria and other harmful organisms can seep into the ground and contaminate our water. Decades of scientific studies have shown waste disposal to be a sound ecological alternative.

Available Studies:
University of Wisconsin, Lifestyle Comparison Study
NYC Environment Protection Study
University of Delft, Netherlands
Griffith University Study, Australia
Environmental Impact Study
Financial and Environmental Impact Study June, 2007
Tim Evans Environmental Study Impact