Disperator AB

Disperator AB

After 40 years as a leading manufacturer of food waste disposers to the marine industry, our experience and dedication has resulted in the unique reliability required for extreme conditions around the world. Our innovations have also given kitchens in municipalities, collection systems and equipment for today’s required recycling of food waste. The use of food waste disposers provides a range of major benefits, regardless the kitchen`s size. Problems of poor working environment and bad hygiene decreases, while source sorting of food waste is automated and provides savings in costs as well as working hours. Society’s environmental requirements on increased recycling of food waste as a commodity for biogas production can be met by using a disposer.

Company details

Mälarvägen 9 , Segeltorp , SE-141 71 Sweden

Locations Served

Business Type:
Industry Type:
Waste and Recycling - Recycling Systems
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)
Year Founded:

Combined with Disperator's excellent reputation and high quality products, we have achieved a market-leading position in equipment for the handling of food waste in the maritime industry worldwide.

In dialogue with the market, we conduct our own research and development, finding the right balance between technology, finances, production and environmental impact.

With more than 60 years of experience, we have developed the knowledge that makes us specialists in production, development and distribution of equipment for the efficient handling and source sorting of food waste.

Work Environment & Hygiene
Working environment problems such as strenuous work and manual handling with heavy lifting is common. This stress is reduced and productivity is increased by ergonomic improvements.

Large parts of the source sorting of food waste in any size kitchen can be automated, which in turn provides savings of both operating expenses and working hours with a lower cost per meal served as an effect.

Our society has every reason to increase the collection of food waste to satisfy the constantly increasing need for biogas as an environmentally friendly alternative to polluting fossil fuels.