Food Waste Disposers in Upper Rissington

This page is for the Upper Rissington Community to find out more about "Food Waste Disposers and the Circular Economy", a research project being undertaken by the University of Sheffield which involves creating sewer network models of the Upper Rissington Sewage Network and monitoring, using non-invasive techniques.

This page contains the questionnaire, details of the Open Evening for Upper Rissington residents on the 17th July and information on how to get in touch.

For more information on food waste disposers, check out the info leaflet here


To take part in the "Food Waste Disposer Survey" and have the opportunity to be entered into our Prize Draw please click here

Prize draw deadline extended

Free health check for your disposer

If you have a disposer, InSinkErator® would like to offer you a free inspection, to check that it is installed correctly, works efficiently and answer any questions you may have on how to use it.

To arrange this, please call InSinkErator® on 01923 297 880 and quote ‘Upper Rissington Free Inspection’ when speaking with the service and technical team at InSinkErator®.

OPEN EVENING: Tuesday 17th July

~ Thank you to everyone who attended, your feedback was invaluable~

You are cordially invited to our "Research in Upper Rissington " Open Evening which will be held in the Village Hall. Here you will get the opportunity to learn more about the project and get the chance to meet the researchers.

Refreshments and nibbles will be provided


Venue: Upper Rissington Village Hall

Date: Tuesday 17th July 2018

Doors Open : 6:30pm

Event: 6:45-8:30pm


To RSVP, so we can estimate the catering demand, please either:


or telephone 0207 722 9034

To read the original Project Form, which outlines the scope of the project, please click here

Get in Touch



  • University of Sheffield - 0114 222 5416 (Ask for Food Waste Disposer Project)
  • InSinkErator UK - 0207 722 9034

The research in Upper Rissington is done in conjunction with InSinkErator UK and Albion Water. The project is sponsored by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), through the STREAM Industrial Doctoral Centre for the water sector and is granted InfoWorks licences from Innovyze.