This can't possibly not be a stinky mess, can it?

Submitted by theZAPtrap on Sun, 12/21/2008 - 06:51

You'll be as surprised as we were. As it turns out, zombies start dehydrating as soon as they turn, which reduces their overall percentage liquid composition. In addition, they do not have circulation, so arterial spurts are a non-issue. Our blades are sharp and efficient, so as soon as the zombie is disabled and drops through the trap door, there is no liquid left outside of the disposal chamber. Our proprietary preprocessing and electro-vaporization quickly removes any remaining water from the zombie corpse in a distilled form, which is safely returned into the sewer system. The solid particles are then fully incinerated leaving nothing but carbon and minerals and any metals the zombie might have been carrying or had implanted. This incineration process destroys all toxins, and the ashes are hygienically compacted and placed into a replaceable waste cartridge. Nothing is left to rot, mold, mildew, etc. You'll love it!