New Zealand Medical Services in Middle East and Italy
Four drums were provided at the cookhouses for kitchen refuse. They were placed on stands like a milkcan stand so that they could be readily dealt with by the conservancy contractors. In one drum was placed dry refuse such as ashes and bottles. In another were page 51 food scraps such as bacon, not of any use for food. Another held tins and the last one grease. All drums had proper lids. After emptying, the drums were washed by the unit personnel.