Drug Disposal Incinerator Applications
Can Only Law Enforcement Use a Drug Incinerator?
Question: Can only law enforcement use the portable drug disposal incinerator? Our station has currently used outside sources to dispose of our confiscated drugs, but we were thinking about getting ones of these units to help reduce costs. Can any police station use these units?
Answer: Thank you for contacting us! The small scale Portable Drug Incinerator is designed specifically for law enforcement and has been used by many police stations around the country to safely dispose of confiscated materials. Small-scale incinerators will include the following components:
- Securing Lid
- Back Blowers
- Easy Drug Access Point
- Portable Frame
- Optional 55 Gallon Drum (System Available for Sale with or without Drum)
When used by police stations, this unit has helped to reduce disposal and incineration costs by keeping disposal in-house. For more information on this incinerator and how it can be used in your location, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Drug Disposal Incinerator Advantages
While the Drug Disposal Incinerator is most likely not required to dispose of drugs, many government agencies see the disposal of drugs as a constant problem. These drugs can not be simply thrown away, but tend to require an incineration process for complete disposal. In order to dispose of these materials, officials can opt to either pay an incineration company to dispose of their drugs for them, or they can choose to purchase an incinerator to save money over a collective period of time.
Advantages officials and other personnel have found when using this incinerator have included the following:
- Portable and Easy to Store
- Safe Way to Incinerator Drugs
- Economical Options for Long-Term Drug Disposal Needs
- Clean Burning Process
Additional Drug Disposal Units
If you are looking for a larger unit or for drug/solid watse disposal for non-law enforcement applications, we also offer a Small-Scale Solid Waste Incinerator that can help to safely dispose of these materials. Rather than featuring a portable 55 gallon drum, these units are constructed as a dual-chamber design to increased air quality control.
Working to thoroughly dispose of your materials, products are inserted into the first chamber of your unit where the initial incineration process occurs. As these materials are being incinerated, air from this process will slowly move up into the secondary chamber. Here, air produced will be incinerated for second time, helping to increase air quality from the units.
Incinerators and Regulations
Anytime you are you looking to use one of our incineration units, we always recommend that you check with local regulations in your area to make sure you are in compliance and receive permits (if needed). Since regulations tend to vary from state to state and county to county, it is always best to check with local authorities to make sure you stay in compliance with regulations in your area.
If you have any additional questions on a drug disposal incinerator, please contact our sales team at 1-772-646-0597.