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Learn More about the Uses of Garbage Disposals for Commercial Buildings Each and every household and commercial buildings, especially the fast food chains and restaurants, are producing a huge amount of food scraps every day, and has become a problem in the whole world, specifically in terms of environmental, sanitation and public health problems. In the most fortunate event, is that a certain architect named John W. Hammes, has invented a device which can help in the occurrence of such problems in the community, and that beneficial device is what we called as garbage disposal. Another term used for garbage disposal includes garburator, garbage disposes, garbage disposal unit and waste disposal unit, and it is a device that is installed specifically between the sink’s drain and trap, and is commonly powered with the use of the electrical system. The main function of garbage disposal is to shred any food particles or food waste so that it can pass through plumbing, thus can help in keeping away any undesirable smell from the left-over foods out of the garbage cans and the kitchen area. There are two types of garbage disposal namely the continuous feed, which is the most commonly used type of garbage disposal and can be used by feeding in the waste after being started, and the second type is the batch feed, in which the waste are placed inside before the operation started. Owners and the management of fast food chains and restaurants are advised to purchase and install such device in their commercial kitchen, for it provides great benefits which can promote orderliness and cleanliness of the surrounding areas of their kitchen. Garbage disposals may need to be repaired over time, especially when it tends to leak, food waste hums or backs up and foul odor may occur on the surrounding area, which may be caused by faulty seals and wearing out of the components of such devices such as its bearings and motor. Fixing the device can be very expensive, which is why in order to maintain its good condition, several people have shared some useful tips in handling the said device and that includes not placing any starchy or fibrous items in the disposal or in a minimal increments or cut in small pieces, such as celery, banana peels, potato peelings, artichokes, coffee grounds or filters, hard seeds and fruit pits, onion skins and egg shells, and instead placed in composting sites; avoidance of placing any trash or hard items such as utensils, glass, screw, nails, rubber bands, cigarette butts, hair, grease, bottle caps and children’s toys; by running cold water while the disposal system is on to avoid overheating; by cleaning the garbage disposal in a regular manner; and by keeping anything too hard away from the disposal such as hard shells of seafood and hard bones, to avoid making the shredder dull and less efficient.

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