Manage Food Scraps

Want An Easier Way To Manage Food Scraps?


Tired of emptying and cleaning your kitchen bin?

To manage left over food scraps is just an unfortunate part of life, however, it can be a whole lot easier than living with a smelly kitchen bin. We all know emptying and cleaning the kitchen bin is one of the worst jobs to do in the house. Fortunately, there is a more innovative approach; it entails installing an InSinkErator food waste disposer.

Disposers are simple to use, simple to install, low cost to run and are great for the planet. A disposer connects to the kitchen sink and can be installed at the time of your renovation or retrofitted to an existing sink set up. It allows left over food scraps to be ground and then flushed away within seconds, no longer sitting in a kitchen bin rotting away. A disposer never needs emptying as it is connected to the existing kitchen plumbing, saving you time and generally making meal clean-up faster and easier.

All InSinkErator products are incredibly energy efficient — they are known to add less than $3.50 to electricity bills per year. What’s more, they only use around one per cent of total household water consumption, so you don’t need to worry about your new food waste disposer drastically increasing your water usage.

While InSinkErator boasts a range of food waste disposer products, the InSinkErator Evolution 250 and Evolution 200 deserve special attention. Quieter than ever before, thanks to their internal insulation and anti-vibration mounts, these models come with a fast and powerful motor with a PowerBoostTM feature that assists with grinding more challenging food matter such as some bones, prawn shells and fish heads. You won’t need to worry about your food waste causing blockages, as all food scraps are broken down to half the size of a grain of rice before being passed through existing plumbing to a wastewater treatment plant.

In particular, the Evolution 250 comes with a premium stainless-steel stopper with a cover, offering a neat and integrated finish to modern sinks. You can also choose between chrome, brushed stainless steel and matt black for the air switch button to complement your kitchen’s material palette.

Food waste disposers have come a long way over the years, and InSinkErator disposers are designed with the environment in mind. They help divert food waste from landfill and contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.

How does this work, you ask? Well, food waste is sent through your existing plumbing and sewerage to wastewater treatment plants, many of which are capable of recycling the food waste into renewable energy that can be fed back into the grid. They may also process food waste into biosolids for land regeneration. So, when you have an InSinkErator food waste disposal system, you can rest easy knowing your food disposal method of choice is both convenient and good for the environment.

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