Modular kitchen infrastructure provider PKL is taking its food waste digester to show off at next week’s Professional Kitchen Show.
This is the first year of the show in this format, with The Professional Kitchen Show running alongside The Foodservice Show, together comprising the Hotel, Restaurant and Catering (HRC) Show. It was formerly known as the Great Hospitality Show. It aims to be a leading event for kitchen designers, operations managers, executive chefs, chef patrons, owners, managing directors, food and beverage managers, general managers, wholesalers and distributors, and will be held at the NEC on Tuesday 22 January and Wednesday 23 January.
PKL’s Garbage Guzzler digests unavoidable food waste, which should save end users money and help to reduce the production of greenhouse gases. The waste digester can take any food waste and reduce it by a claimed 70% in volume in 24 hours. It creates a product that can be used as soil improver or in a biomass boiler.
On stand 360 PKL will be exhibiting a GG1000, a machine capable of digesting 1,000litres of food waste per week. Interested businesses will be able to find out about its capabilities and register their interest for a free 10 day trial being offered by the company to qualifying organisations.
Visitors to the stand will be able to fill in a questionnaire to see if they qualify for the free trial. If successful, PKL will deliver, install and setup the machine and provide full training to staff in its day to day operation.
PKL group sales manager, Karen Rumsey, said that the Professional Kitchen Show gave the company a special opportunity to show off the Garbage Guzzler.
“The show looks to be a very exciting and popular show for many industry influencers,” she said. “We’re delighted to be exhibiting with the Garbage Guzzler, a product that is gaining a lot of interest thanks to its remarkable ability to deal with unavoidable food waste, saving businesses money whilst protecting the environment.”