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PKL offers free Garbage Guzzler trial

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PKL is offering a free 10 day trial of its Garbage Guzzler.

Catering infrastructure solutions provider PKL is offering qualifying companies a free 10-day trial with its food waste digester, the Garbage Guzzler.

The Garbage Guzzler is designed to help solve the problem of unavoidable food waste for the catering and foodservice industries. The machine digests food waste and reduces it by up to an estimated 70% in volume, often in 24 hours. The material the machine produces can be used as soil improver or biomass fuel.

PKL is providing opportunities for companies to trial a Garbage Guzzler free for 10 days, to see how it works and what it can do for their business. PKL will deliver, install and setup the machine and provide full training to staff in its day-to-day operation.

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The company reports it has seen a massive upturn in interest in food waste solutions over the last year. The Garbage Guzzler is claimed to save end users’ money by reducing waste collections, eradicating vermin problems, and cutting back on the odours produced by bin stores.

By stopping the methane produced by rotting food, reducing the road miles caused by waste collections and helping to return carbon to the ground rather than releasing it into the atmosphere, the Garbage Guzzler is said to provide a range of environmental benefits.

PKL has been offering the trial to potential clients since the start of December, and already has a waiting list for the machine.

Garbage Guzzler sales executive Dan Robinson said: “The trial machine is a fantastic way for businesses to try out the Garbage Guzzler, risk free.

“The companies that have taken advantage of this offer so far have been very impressed by the results. They can see what a huge difference the machine can make to their business in reducing costs associated with food waste collection, whilst also being so simple to use that it causes very little disruption.”

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