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Insinkerator Waste Disposal Model 66 £191.98 Costco
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Insinkerator Waste Disposal Model 66 £191.98 Costco

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Posted 5th Dec 2019Available: East Midlands (Derbyshire)

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nce you own a kitchen waste disposal unit, you’ll wonder how you ever went without. This little gadget is designed to slot under your sink and eats up all that kitchen waste that can’t be recycled. It does this by grinding the waste down into fine particles before disposing of it down the drains. This ensures you make fewer trips to empty the kitchen bin and also means it’s environmentally friendly as less waste will ultimately end up in landfills.

It’s a fast, convenient way of vastly reducing the amount of waste your kitchen produces on an annual basis.

Benefits:
Grinds food waste into disposable fine particles that are then flushed down your kitchen drain.
Minimises trips to the outside bin and reduces the amount of waste going to landfills.
Simple to use – just turn it on, pop in your waste and watch it work its magic.
A hygienic and clean way of waste disposal.
Doesn’t take up valuable storage space under the sink as it’s compact in size.
Simple to install and can be fitted under most new and existing sinks - watch the below video for a useful step by step guide
Covered by a 4-year manufacturer guarantee.


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16 Comments
Can't see how this is better for the environment, dump in the ocean not land fill?
Do people still use these? American thing from the sixties that like Colour tv we copy and don't get till much later.

Far better to put waste in the numerous coloured bins than clog the drains up. Waste disposals do also clog up and need fixing, uses electricity, makes a horrible noise and can smell. Now I wonder the reason is people don't use them any more?
majorwedgy8405/12/2019 11:51

Can't see how this is better for the environment, dump in the ocean not …Can't see how this is better for the environment, dump in the ocean not land fill?


Because it mean food waste doesnt go to landfill. Instead it enters your water supply and should be filtered at water treatment plants and used appropriately.
satty8305/12/2019 12:18

Because it mean food waste doesnt go to landfill. Instead it enters your …Because it mean food waste doesnt go to landfill. Instead it enters your water supply and should be filtered at water treatment plants and used appropriately.


Sounds like an justification for laziness. This is the exact opposite of environmentally friendly, and as stated puts further pressure on an already aged drainage system
Anyone for a fatberg?
majorwedgy8405/12/2019 12:33

Sounds like an justification for laziness. This is the exact opposite of …Sounds like an justification for laziness. This is the exact opposite of environmentally friendly, and as stated puts further pressure on an already aged drainage system


There are of course better options, and it may well be a vehicle for laziness, however it’s better than landfill. better is still an improvement for those that want/have to remain lazy. Some people don’t have a garden for compost, and practically wont have any options to be the best possible for the environment - so better will do.
BS123405/12/2019 12:38

There are of course better options, and it may well be a vehicle for …There are of course better options, and it may well be a vehicle for laziness, however it’s better than landfill. better is still an improvement for those that want/have to remain lazy. Some people don’t have a garden for compost, and practically wont have any options to be the best possible for the environment - so better will do.


Well, most council's seem to have a food waste, composting service so that it doesn't go to landfill.
Surprised these are still allowed, given the state of the sewage system.
Edited by: "compadre" 5th Dec 2019
majorwedgy8405/12/2019 12:33

Sounds like an justification for laziness. This is the exact opposite of …Sounds like an justification for laziness. This is the exact opposite of environmentally friendly, and as stated puts further pressure on an already aged drainage system


I don't understand how its justifying laziness. What would you except people to do with there food waste? What do you do?
BS123405/12/2019 12:38

There are of course better options, and it may well be a vehicle for …There are of course better options, and it may well be a vehicle for laziness, however it’s better than landfill. better is still an improvement for those that want/have to remain lazy. Some people don’t have a garden for compost, and practically wont have any options to be the best possible for the environment - so better will do.


have to agree to disagree, cannot see how this is better than landfill, esp since the picture is of food waste being disposed which we can currently recycle for compost.
satty8305/12/2019 12:47

I don't understand how its justifying laziness. What would you except …I don't understand how its justifying laziness. What would you except people to do with there food waste? What do you do?


Brown bins
Wouldn't be without mine (Maxmatic). Very easy simply to rinse dinner plates to lose excess food and debris before putting in dishwasher.

The alternative? Empty waste into kitchen bin that would then reek after a while (even if you empty constantly after putting food waste in)....not to mention gravy cack spilling out of the kitchen bin bag and oozing all over...

Or going outside with the waste+plate(s) in the freezing weather this time of year to put it straight in the general waste bin (which will also get ridiculously stinky even this time of year.


Not for me thanks!
Edited by: "BritishDragon" 5th Dec 2019
compadre05/12/2019 12:46

Well, most council's seem to have a food waste, composting service so that …Well, most council's seem to have a food waste, composting service so that it doesn't go to landfill.Surprised these are still allowed, given the state of the sewage system.


Round here ther vege/garden bins are only collected if you pay a fee, theyre not included in the normal bin rotation
wouldnt mind one of these i could do away with my toilet
J113505/12/2019 14:07

Round here ther vege/garden bins are only collected if you pay a fee, …Round here ther vege/garden bins are only collected if you pay a fee, theyre not included in the normal bin rotation


Garden waste is paid here, food is free, weekly.
I've got one they are great. I got fed up with the stench of the food waste caddy, food bags splitting when trying to get out of the 'caddy' and, if it managed to get to the roadside, the outside bag splitting and a weeks worth of food waste on the pavement and down the street.
Are the naysayers going to start pooping in bags to take the pressure off the ageing (read fully funded but cash diverted to fatcats) sewer system?
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