The storage of animal waste and carcasses is becoming more and more important for a safe, healthy and pleasant business. It limits the risk of infection and prevents odour. The proper storage of animal waste will prevent contact with pests and therefore the spread of disease and infection.
‘Take care of proper storage and prevent the spread of disease.’
On many farms small carcasses and foetal waste are stored in uncooled waste bins. From 10 degrees Celcius, this already leads to major risks with regard to multiplication and spread of disease. Besides this the decomposition of the carcasses causes the spread of odours.
Insects and other pests are able to come in contact with these uncooled carcasses and spread disease. Cooling the carcasses below 10 degrees Celsius you can prevent the odour and you limit the spread of disease.
An investment in waste refrigerator will pay for itself. On the one hand, you prevent the spread of disease and therefore veterinary costs. On the other hand carcasses can be stored longer, which reduces the costs of waste removal services.