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InSinkErator®’s next-gen waste disposers bring kitchen convenience

Consumers want both high quality and convenience when looking for new cooking appliances. In recent years, there’s been a clear trend for time-saving products that get the task done efficiently, and things like air fryers and instant hot water taps have become sought-after items.

Like these products, food waste disposers offer a quick and easy kitchen solution. By disposing of unwanted food waste instantly, they become a mealtime hero, helping with food prep and clean up. Moreover, they are a hidden product, too – tucked neatly under the sink, easy to install, and working via regular plumbing.

Food waste disposers fit in standard 600 mm kitchen cabinets. This summer, the brand launches its Next Generation products, featuring a more powerful design in a reduced size, making them easier to specify for smaller spaces.

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The top-of-the-range Evolution Plus 1000SR model has been redesigned and equipped with a more powerful 1HP motor whilst reducing the diameter of the overall unit from 23.4cm to a more compact 20.9cm. It’s the most powerful model of any InSinkErator® range to date, with MultiGrind Technology that offers four grind stages, meaning it can tackle more food waste than ever before.   

       

60% of UK food waste comes from households[1]. In 2021/22, UK households generated 6.4m tonnes of food and drink waste, 4.7 tonnes were edible and 2m tonnes of which were inedible or unavoidable. This equates to 95kg per person per year.[2]

Whilst we should all try to do our part to tackle and prevent this issue when there is unavoidable food waste, an InSinkErator® food waste disposer proves to be an ideal kitchen advantage. The product offers a complementary solution to composting inedible food waste and council-provided food caddies for separating food waste in the home.

For more information on InSinkErator® and its products, please call 01923 297880 or visit: www.insinkerator.co.uk

[1] https://wrap.org.uk/resources/report/food-surplus-and-waste-uk-key-facts-updated-november-2023[2] WRAP Household Food Waste Collections Guide v 17, February 2024.


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