Modern homes are full of high-tech tools and impressive machines, even in the kitchen. This includes your waste management. It may not be the most advanced gadget in your kitchen, but your humble waste management plays a big role in keeping your kitchen clean from food odors and bacteria.

In the 1970s and 1980s, waste management was considered a "modern convenience" for the wealthy, but today, nearly half of homes in America have one installed. Waste disposers allow you to dispose of chicken bones, fruit peels, coffee grinders and more, creating a more efficient household with less waste to manage.

Whether you are building a new home or replacing your existing waste disposal model, consider these factors before handing out cash for a sub-par disposal:

1. Plumbing system compatibility. See if your plumbing and sewer connections are compatible with a disposal system, and if so, what kind. Some municipalities have also banned exemptions. Make sure your city and neighborhood / apartment complex allow the use of disposal.

2. Type of disposal. There are two common types of waste management. A continuous feed model runs as long as you leave the switch on. Batch feed models only run when the disposal cover is in place, so you can dispose of a limited amount of food at a time. Continuous feed models are the most common. They allow the disposal of more waste at a time, but batch feed models have safety features: they do not run if the disposal cover is not in place.

3. Disposal capacity. Disposers range from a quarter horsepower to a horsepower. The amount of horsepower has the biggest impact on the cost. Think about the size of your household and how much waste you dispose of before investing in a model with high horsepower.

4. Dishwasher connection. This makes it possible to grind food particles in the dishwasher up and rinse them out through the disposal system.

5. Disposal materials. Disposers with stainless steel components help prevent corrosion. If you are building a new home or want to delay future repairs, you may want to consider investing in one of these long-term disposal sites.

6. Noise level. Disposers have the potential to be extremely high. Consider the environment you want in and around the kitchen. Low volume disposers are available, but they generally cost more. If noise is not an issue, save money with a higher model.

When it comes to your waste management, no matter what options you choose in your kitchen, be sure to avoid placing starchy foods like potato skins, rice or pasta. The same rules apply to threaded, fibrous vegetables such as celery, asparagus and corn husks, these can become entangled in the leaves. 90% of the time, if your disposal stops working, it can be solved by pressing the reset button located either below or behind your disposal unit.

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