Slaughter Waste

Slaughterhouse wastes are a potential reservoir of bacterial, viral, prion and parasitic pathogens, capable of infecting both animals and humans. ERS can recycle dead animals, slaughterhouses waste, and Non vegetarian supermarket rejects into various products known as recycled meat, bone meal, and animal fat.
Slaughterhouse wastes are a potential reservoir of bacterial, viral, prion and parasitic pathogens, capable of infecting both animals and humans. A quick, cost effective and safe disposal method is thus essential in order to reduce the risk of disease following animal slaughter.

ERS can recycle dead animals, slaughterhouses waste, and Non vegetarian supermarket rejects into various products known as recycled meat, bone meal, and animal fat. These products are used as a source of protein and other nutrients in the diets of dairy animals, poultry, swine, pet foods, cattle feed, and sheep feed. Animal fat is also used in animal feeds as an energy source.

One estimate states that some 40 billion pounds a year of slaughterhouse wastes like blood, bone, and viscera are rendered annually into livestock feed. However without slaughter waste recycling (rendering) plants, our cities would run the risk of becoming filled with diseased and rotting carcasses. Fatal viruses and bacteria would spread uncontrolled through the population.
ERS to Process Slaughter Waste and Animal Carcass
  • A whole carcass of dead animal (even if it is frozen) can be put into the system. For a small capacity ERS system the body should be cut into piece
  • Odor-free output (fertilizer, fuel) can be produced by ERS processing.
  • Oil can be separated from fertilizer by pressing with screw press. The input is processed under diminished pressure (close to vacuum) with ERS as compared to high pressure with conventional system.

Highlights of ERS processing

  • No bad smell
    The odor cannot be leaked because the materials are fermented under diminished pressure (close to vacuum).
    The causative substance of ammonium odor is decomposed by microbes
  • No drainage
    Zero discharge of waste water.
  • Sterilization
    The number of bacteria is drastically reduced by ERS processing at over 125 degrees C.
     

ERS for Processing waste Animal Blood at slaughterhouse

  • Animal blood at slaughter has to be processed because it  changes its properties fast.
  • Since the blood is oxidized fast, it gives off a bad odor.
  • The blood is fermented and dried under diminished pressure (close to vacuum) with the ERS system and the processed blood is used as fertilizer .
  • The number of bacteria is reduced drastically by ERS processing.

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