waste-disposal unit

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waste-disposal unit

waste-disposal unit
An electric-motor-driven device for grinding waste food and disposing of it through the plumbing drainage pipes; may be installed without a grease trap in a residence.
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InSinkErator, a business unit of Emerson, the inventor and the world's largest manufacturer of food waste disposers for home and commercial use, said it has deployed its waste disposal solutions at more than 500 villas at the Sustainable City project being promoted by Diamond Developers in Dubai, UAE.
InSinkErator Launches New M-Series Entry-Level Waste Disposers II-57
At Incom, the company shot up in the rankings from 2011, when it was listed as fifth on the list of largest chemical waste disposers, with just about 14,000 pounds of waste.
InSinkErator launched its latest lines of Steaming Hot Water Taps, high performance commercial food waste disposers, pulper systems and a fully-programmable water control saving panel.
Summary: InSinkErator, a business unit of Emerson Electric Co and the inventor and world's largest manufacturer of food waste disposers and steaming hot water taps for home and commercial use,
Visit the website of the Association of Manufacturers of Domestic Appliances (AMDEA) for more information on food waste disposers.
And families may not even know it, but they could end up with a pounds 50,000 fine or imprisonment when handing their household rubbish to unauthorised waste disposers.
Over the years, KitchenAid added other products to its brand portfolio, including dishwashers, waste disposers, ovens and cooktops.
Worcestershire County Council wants residents to instal waste disposers under their kitchen sinks to grind up left-over food and send it into the waste water system.
Taylor has been the fore-most advocate for lifting the ban on food waste disposers, and his work directly contributed to New York City's recent policy change in that area.
The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, which mandated special handling of the newly recognized categ ory of waste called either toxic or hazardous, was designed to patrol and discipline the waste disposers, not the producers.
The other referendums have been on facilities ranging from nuclear reactors to industrial waste disposers.

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