Hi all, Would appreciate any advice on this. We have a chest freezer in a block built shed to store surplus meat etc. My husband noticed that the freezer was powered off last night and opened it to find everything thawed, and rotten and swimming in blood/water. My husband closed it immediatlely as the smell was truly spectacular and carried into the house where it remained for over an hour. My question is does anyone know how we should approach disposing of this mess. It seems to be contained for now but we know we should act fast. I've considered calling the waste management people who collect our bins for their advice. We've also considered doing it ourselves by wrapping and sealing the rotten food in thick rubber bags and dredging the freezer with syrniges of some sort. I wouldnt dream of putting it in our black bin unless it was sealed and placed there on the morning of collection. Or should I get professionals in to deal with this? Concerned about cost etc. Thanks for your suggestions Duckie.