INSINKERATOR EVOLUTION 100 FOOD WASTE DISPOSER FOR £125 @ B&Q
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INSINKERATOR EVOLUTION 100 FOOD WASTE DISPOSER FOR £125 @ B&Q

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Found 26th Jun
PRODUCT DETAILS

Product InformationDispose of your unwanted food with this InSinkErator chrome effect, food waste disposer from the evolution 100 range.

  • 5 year Guarantee
  • Cover control available for conversion to batch feed use
  • Comes with Built-in air switch
  • Overload protection
Features and BenefitsA food waste disposer is an ideal addition to modern kitchens offering an environmentally friendly solution to food waste. The Evolution range combines quick and easy waste disposal with leading innovation and technology, meaning it is much quieter than traditional models and can dispose of every kind of food waste- including chicken bones and fish! This premium waste solution is perfect for busy families and those who love to entertain.

  • Two stage grind technology for a finer grind
  • 40% quieter than standard units
  • Large grind chamber (1005ml)
  • Auto-reverse action
  • Easy to install and can be fitted to new or existing sinks
  • Hygienic solution to waste - no more food waste in your rubbish bins
  • Food waste is ground down and flushed away in seconds
  • Stainless steel grind elements for durability
  • Compact - Sits under sink without taking up valuable space

Top comments

benjai

How do you dispose of all the tin hats you have?


I put them in the recycling.
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Can't believe these are allowed on sale.

compadre

Can't believe these are allowed on sale.



...why?

Krinkle

...why?


Because of the state of sewers. If people start putting waste down their sinks I can just imagine the state they would get in.

compadre22 m ago

Because of the state of sewers. If people start putting waste down their …Because of the state of sewers. If people start putting waste down their sinks I can just imagine the state they would get in.


Last time I checked anything that happens in my toilet gets to the sewer without being evicerated.

compadre

Because of the state of sewers. If people start putting waste down their … Because of the state of sewers. If people start putting waste down their sinks I can just imagine the state they would get in.



We had one at our old house, they were great, they chew it all up to a pulp bones and all.

umirza85

Last time I checked anything that happens in my toilet gets to the sewer … Last time I checked anything that happens in my toilet gets to the sewer without being evicerated.


I realise, but just think of the increase in food heading to the sewer. At least I've partially treated my waste before I flush!

compadre

I realise, but just think of the increase in food heading to the sewer. … I realise, but just think of the increase in food heading to the sewer. At least I've partially treated my waste before I flush!



What have you treated it to ?

sew1091

What have you treated it to ?


The full works!

Best thing we ever purchased in the kitchen.

We moved house last year and decided not to put one in, 3 months later I had to go and buy one and fit it.

compadre

Because of the state of sewers. If people start putting waste down their … Because of the state of sewers. If people start putting waste down their sinks I can just imagine the state they would get in.



How do you dispose of all the tin hats you have?

benjai

How do you dispose of all the tin hats you have?


I put them in the recycling.

OOS?

I realise this depends on the services offered by your Local Council.

But ours collects our food waste in a separate bin and turns it into compost.

I know a another nearby Local Authority allows residents to come and collect said compost for free.

I'd personally rather our household food waste was put to a good use if at all possible.

Each to their own.

ordered. however delivery 3rd August 2017

Very good price. I paid nearly twice this much about a month ago.

I use my food waste to power my flux capacitors.

gary_rip

OOS?



​Yep. Just spent £91 on a gift voucher for £100 through my corporate discount for this to find out they have no stock. This happens on every B&Q deal I try and jump on. Frustrating! Tried to order over the phone and they confirmed.

compadre5 h, 2 m ago

Because of the state of sewers. If people start putting waste down their …Because of the state of sewers. If people start putting waste down their sinks I can just imagine the state they would get in.


I think you'll find this is nothing new. We've been using one of their models for as long as I can remember, and they're hardly new technology! No worse than sending it to landfill - and quite probably better.

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hmm my neighbours semi regularly block out shared sewer with flushable wipes and gallons of fat, god knows how worse it would be if they fitted these things or maybe it would be better!?!

Dislodging solid lumps of grease in the pipes make you appreciate the delicate sewer ecosystem! my butler refuses to get out the rods.

Newbold

I think you'll find this is nothing new. We've been using one of their … I think you'll find this is nothing new. We've been using one of their models for as long as I can remember, and they're hardly new technology! No worse than sending it to landfill - and quite probably better.


I realise that not all areas are the same, but, our council collects food waste for compost. Bones and all!

Best make of WDU great price as well - can't understand why these are not more commonly used - these things pulverise everything so it will flush out via a standard waste pipe

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I had this exact model I'd avoid it is very noisy plus it only cuts the food once, as a result it blocked the waste pipe several times requiring a dismantle of the pipework.

I upgraded to the InSinkErator Evolution 200 and its like night and day compared. It's so quiet that the running water washing it away is actually louder than the waste disposal itself, additionally it cuts 3 times which has completely eliminated the blockages.
Edited by: "CheapoChaser" 26th Jun

here's the sort of thing that happens when people start dumping quantities of food, oils and fats down the sewers:
cambridge-news.co.uk/new…770

speculatrix20 m ago

here's the sort of thing that happens when people start dumping quantities …here's the sort of thing that happens when people start dumping quantities of food, oils and fats down the sewers:http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/news/fat-sewer-blocked-cambridge-anglian-13193770


You don't put fats through a waste disposal unit, any more than you do down a sink. If you're daft enough to do it, you'll do it just as readily down the sink, with the same outcome - an expensive blockage to deal with.

Newbold

You don't put fats through a waste disposal unit, any more than you do … You don't put fats through a waste disposal unit, any more than you do down a sink. If you're daft enough to do it, you'll do it just as readily down the sink, with the same outcome - an expensive blockage to deal with.



Some waste food is going to have a high fat content

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bilo999

Best make of WDU great price as well - can't understand why these are not … Best make of WDU great price as well - can't understand why these are not more commonly used -



These waste a lot of water. When using you have to keep water running. I have used one for 10 years and my wife would not do without it. But, it promotes laziness and wastes a lot of water. When you dump inappropriate things such as onions it can block pipes. This is a costly affair as often kitchen cabinets have to me moved. It happened to me. Some people just do not accept all things cannot be put down the sink.

Children believe it is "normal" to put things down the sink. When they go to other homes, most of which do not have such devices, they cause problems.

Common.Sense

These waste a lot of water. When using you have to keep water running. I … These waste a lot of water. When using you have to keep water running. I have used one for 10 years and my wife would not do without it. But, it promotes laziness and wastes a lot of water. When you dump inappropriate things such as onions it can block pipes. This is a costly affair as often kitchen cabinets have to me moved. It happened to me. Some people just do not accept all things cannot be put down the sink.Children believe it is "normal" to put things down the sink. When they go to other homes, most of which do not have such devices, they cause problems.



I think as your user name suggests - they are the pitfalls if no common sense is applied when using one - and I'm sure like me, none of those things happen as it is used responsibly.

The benefit we find - is that even though we have weekly bin collections, we do not put our bin out weekly, as it never smells or attracts the normal issues most other bins attract, which is made worse by hot weather.

A WDU used correctly is a god send ! But it also pays to fit the best.
Edited by: "bilo999" 27th Jun

bilo999

A WDU used correctly is a god send ! But it also pays to fit the best.



Pros: Convenience & less waste in bins.

Cons: Cost, wastes water, increased sewage waste, waste not used as compost, blockages (they do provide a wrench for minor blockages) & laziness!

For many the pros outweigh the cons, especially convenience.

This will follow....

http://www.nathantwright.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/covers.jpg

and we've all seen numerous films where people drop their ring down the sink!
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