Manufacturer offers operators a blueprint for slashing food waste

Catering equipment manufacturer Mechline has put together a food waste programme that aims to simplify things for operators struggling to get a handle on this area of their business.

The Milton Keynes-based outfit says the programme has been conceived to help businesses reduce the volume of waste they deal with and increase profits.

Mechline insists the programme has been “extensively researched” and will provide step-by-step assistance and guidance for operators to significantly lower their food waste.

The initiative will be launched to customers at Waste-Works, the waste and resource event for the food and drink industry, which will take place at London ExCeL next week.

Mechline is the supplier of Waste²O end-of-life food waste bio-digester, which has the capacity to efficiently dispose of up to 180kg of soft, organic food waste, converting it to water in less than 24 hours.

The company also markets the GreasePak bio-enzymatic commercial kitchen drain system, which effectively combats the build-up of fats, oils and grease (FOG).




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